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Texas Supreme Court to feature Webcast of Oral Argument March 20th

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From the Texas Appellate Law Blog we learn that Live Supreme Court Webcasts Begin March 20. This comes at a good time for those of us at UH preparing for the competitive rounds of the John Black Moot Court competition. I’ve been trawling the web for oral argument resources. The best so far – video of oral argument from the Supreme Court of Ohio and Oyez.org. On the 20th-

In a joint project, the Supreme Court of Texas and St. Mary’s University School of Law will begin live Internet video streaming of the Court’s oral arguments March 20.

“This represents not only a great service to lawyers around Texas, but an educational opportunity for law students, colleges, high schools and the public at large,” said Chief Justice Wallace B. Jefferson. “Broadcasting these arguments over the Web will enable anyone, anywhere to see how an appellate court grapples with some of the toughest legal issues our state confronts.”

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  1. Brown Boy says:

    What’s really interesting is why courts are generally reluctant to let cameras into the courthouse. I know judges are trying to prevent their courtrooms from becoming a three ring circus but especially in a case in front of the Supremes for e.g. , I think video would go a long way. The Supremes do tend to run their courtroom a little more judiciously ( pardon the pun) than say some judges a la those seen in the whole Anna Nicole debaucle.

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