Of course, we're still on summer break, so nothing much is going on. If I can just keep adding a little here and a little there, though, we'll have a good start on a blog.
In the meantime, here's another attempt to show a typical advance sheet meeting agenda. This is the one that contains a fake case done as a prank. The Aliluyeva v. Dzhugashvili case was a joke that one of the members played on another.
As mentioned earlier, these memos are put together very hastily and tend to contain a lot of typographical and other errors. We discuss cases decided Wednesday and Thursday on Friday mornings at 7:30. That doesn't give us much time to digest them properly, although frankly, I think we do a pretty good job.