The U.S. Supreme Court: A Very Short Introduction
Linda Greenhouse, former U.S. Supreme Court reporter for The New York Times, examines the inner workings of the court. Ms. Greenhouse explores the day-to-day operations of the Supreme Court, from how a case makes it to the court to the duties of law clerks, and the responsibilities of the chief justice. Ms. Greenhouse responded to questions from members of the audience in the Great Hall at Cooper Union in New York City. close
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