If you want to download every oral argument recording from OT11 in one .zip file, you can find that file here. This file is especially useful if you want to download the arguments, throw them onto your iPod or iPhone, and then listen to them in your car or on the go. Be warned, however, the file is rather large (nearly 2gb).

If you want to download individual cases, I’ve compiled a link to the mp3s of every case. Click blow the fold to see more.


2 Responses to “Every Oral Argument Recording from OT11 in One Place”

  1. 1 Megan

    I can’t seem to find the oral arguments for Florida v. Jardines anywhere. You wouldn’t happen to know where I can attain a copy, would you?

  2. 2 thelawcourt

    This is incredible. Wonder how long that took to upload. 2 gigabytes would have taken a while with my sparse internet connection. Will take a look and get back to you!


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