"Data from the previous terms reveal a comparatively strong negative correlation between the number of decisions in a term and the number of days between oral arguments and the filing of decisions—that is, the larger the number of decisions, the fewer the number of days between oral argument and decision filing, while the smaller the number of decisions, the longer the wait."
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Monday, July 7, 2014
Waiting for Decisions
Alan Ball at SCOWstats,