We can expect to see a lot from the Court in the coming weeks. It generally tries to wrap up its term by the end of June or the first part of July and generally will decide all cases argued during the term.
There are over forty cases that have been argued this term and have yet to be decided. While they are all important in their own way, some address major unresolved legal and policy questions, including the validity of the Wisconsin marriage amendment,
* Over at the law school blog, one of Justice Gableman's outgoing clerks reminds me that the Milwaukee sick pay case, although accepted for review, has not yet been argued. We won't see it decided this summer.
Cross posted at Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog.