One blockbuster day down, one to go! Supreme Court Brief is back with a quick look at what is the most hotly debated case of the term, at least judging by the flood of amicus briefs. The high court’s adjustable lectern will undoubtedly be going up and down as four lawyers try to capture the magic five votes in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. We highlight the arguments with an added dose of background drama between two of the four lawyers; share some thoughts on Monday’s sports betting challenge; and launch Recusal Watch, an occasional look at interesting or perplexing recusals by the justices.

We’d like this to be a two-way conversation, so reach out to us, Tony Mauro at [email protected] or Marcia Coyle at [email protected]. We welcome your views on what the court is doing and not doing, tips about interesting petitions, briefs, books and articles, and predictions about forthcoming opinions, vacancies, nominations—anything on the court’s horizon.


Let Them Eat Cake?

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