Wolf recommends that his students arrive by 6 a.m. “even for relatively low-interest cases,” but says his “general view is that if you’re going to set an alarm and drag yourself out of bed early anyway, you might as well make it as early as possible, so it won’t all be in vain.”. Please note: In view of the current circumstances, regarding Coronavirus COVID-19, every effort is being made to provide a satisfactory streaming service of the Supreme Court judgments and hearings. The last expandable header on the page, “Courtroom seating,” provides some useful information: The website’s Frequently Asked Questions include “What time should I start lining up to attend oral argument?” The court declines to make a specific judgment but advises that the line may form before the building opens. Wolf recommends that his students arrive by 6 a.m. but says his “general view is that if you’re going to set an alarm and drag yourself out of bed early anyway, you might as well make it as early as possible, so it won’t all be in vain.”, Newspapers have documented the difficulty of accessing the court, though usually on days when the court is hearing a high-profile case.

Full Calendar “Visitors may begin lining up … as early as they feel comfortable.”. The court normally sits between 10.30 am and 4 pm during legal terms.

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The marshal’s office at the court had advised Mazie that arriving between 7 and 7:30 a.m. would be sufficient on a normal day.

Please note that when the court is not sitting, there will be no video feed available. “Visitors may begin lining up … as early as they feel comfortable.”. Tulsa, Oklahoma, attorney Kevin Keller had the opportunity to travel to Washington, D.C., when he found out his wife was running a marathon.

Tulsa, Oklahoma, attorney Kevin Keller had the opportunity to travel to Washington, D.C., when he found out his wife was running a marathon. You can also see live hearings of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC) which sits in the Supreme Court as well.

For those attempting diligent research on when to arrive, search results are varied, official answers are few and the conclusions visitors draw are all different.

On Tuesday, the justices heard oral argument in California v. Texas. The live video streams are ©UK Supreme Court. There are currently no cases taking place online.

that you should arrive between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. Reddit users also link to great resources, like this.