Oral Argument 2.0The Oral Argument Amicus
Oral Argument 2.0 serves as an Oral Argument Amicus: top legal academics, with the benefit of hindsight, provide alternate answers to a handful of questions that the justices posed during recent arguments. Oral Argument 2.0 in no way means to undermine the work of Supreme Court advocates; it aims, instead, to supplement and fortify answers to the most important and challenging queries and to offer additional perspectives. Indeed, our best responses sometimes come to mind after the opportunity to offer a rejoinder has passed—l'esprit d'escalier.
October 2020 TermThe Oral Argument 2.0 Amici offer answers to key questions in the following cases:
Carney v. Adams NEW
First Amendment, Free Speech
Ford Motor Company v. Montana Eighth Judicial District Court NEW
Civil Procedure, Personal Jurisdiction, Relatedness
Google LLC v. Oracle America Inc. NEW