The first full term of the Roberts Supreme Court was a blockbuster, with major rulings on abortion rights, school integration and campaign finance reform.

The Court’s conservative wing was victorious in most of the key cases, leading many commentators to view the term as a historic turning point. What was the significance of this past term, and what lies ahead? What are the implications for arguing before the Roberts Court? Debate has continued through the summer over those and other points about the 2006-07 term.

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