A U.S. Supreme Court order late Wednesday turned away North Carolina’s emergency request to let its voting restrictions take effect in time for the November election, handing a victory to the Obama administration and civil rights groups.

It also represented a hard-fought win for a pro bono legal team from Kirkland & Ellis, which has represented the North Carolina Conference of the NAACP since the North Carolina restrictions were signed into law three years ago.

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