Washington Supreme Court justices will hit the road this week for the first time since 2020 to visit undergraduate and law school classes at Gonzaga University in Spokane and to hold a public forum on real cases during the community visit.

The public is invited to observe the justices hear arguments in three appeals cases Thursday at the university, with each case involving about an hour of arguments by attorneys followed by a question-and-answer portion after the morning and afternoon sessions, the court announced Monday.

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