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The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals is heading back to law school.
Appellate judges occasionally like to descend from their lofty lairs to mingle with commoners and law students. In that spirit, a three-judge panel will hear oral arguments at Notre Dame Law School on October 1. The appellate court will consider three cases in this special session:
Oral arguments will be held in the Patrick F. McCartan Courtroom, Eck Hall of Law, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. A live, closed-circuit feed will also be broadcast in Room 1130, Eck Hall of Law. Presiding judges and case attorneys will be available after arguments for Q&A with law students.
We doubt that Notre Dame Law School has overlooked the fact that October 1 is not only a Seventh Circuit oral argument day on campus, but First Monday as well. Is this the law school's way of declaring its allegiance to Team Posner in the Justice Scalia/Judge Posner tiff?