The next time you’re mowing the lawn, or stuck in traffic on your morning commute, Justice Amy Coney Barrett wants you to throw on a U.S. Supreme Court argument. 

If you do, she suggested, you might get an appreciation for the court not as a political entity, but as a collegial judicial body focused on the law—that was at least the takeaway Barrett’s sister had after listening to Trump v. Anderson this month, which concerns former President Donald Trump’s eligibility for office.