The coronavirus crisis is forcing the US Supreme Court to face its technology problem

Ephrat Livni
The coronavirus crisis is forcing the US Supreme Court to face its technology problem

The US Supreme Court is still hard at work making decisions and publishing opinions during the coronavirus crisis, although these efforts now go mostly unnoticed while the people frantically scan the news for answers to practical and pressing questions about the pandemic. Whether the nation’s top jurists miss the attention is unclear because apart from oral arguments there are few opportunities to hear from them. Yesterday, the court’s Public Information Office stated that this month’s hearings will again be delayed.