New website for Parker v. DC case
Plaintiffs'/Respondents' attorneys have established a new website and blog covering the case, complete with FAQ. So far as I know, it's the first time a Supreme Court appeal has had either a website or a blog. Most appeals are so ... twentieth century, if you know what I mean.
Update: yep, I'd agree that by this point everyone knows everyone else's arguments by heart. Thought I did think DC went a bit overboard by setting out a lot of their merits arguments in the cert. petition, because that gave everyone their new position, in lots of detail, months before any merits briefs would be due. If there are any tactical calls that should be kept quiet, I would be sure they won't appear in the blog!