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A general view of the U.S. Supreme Court as seen in Washington, D.C., on Monday, March 30, 2020, amid the coronavirus pandemic. Over the weekend President Trump announced the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for social distancing would be extended through April 30 to further try reduce the spread of COVID-19. (Graeme Sloan/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs Professor Dan Urman talks to News@Northeastern about the Supreme Court returning to work via telephone.

Even the Supreme Court is adapting to remote work. In this News@Northeastern piece, Prof. Dan Urman discusses several adaptions to the in-person norms of court, and how these adjustments bring more transparency.

“We might see that Supreme Court justices are ‘human, just like us,'” Prof. Urman said.

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