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U.S. Supreme Court Justice Harry A. Blackmun famously graded the performance of oral advocates arguing cases before the Court. Now those grades, contained in the Blackmun papers at the Library of Congress, are providing fodder for academics seeking to analyze how the quality of advocacy at oral argument influences the result in cases the Supreme Court decides on the merits.

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