Newly sworn-in Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch was set Thursday to begin his first day on the high court, the Washington Examiner reported.
The justices were scheduled to meet privately to discuss cases under review and decide whether to hear other cases. Two of the cases before the court involve First Amendment rights and police-involved shootings.
Aside from his judicial duties, Gorsuch will be introduced to some of the longstanding Supreme Court traditions.
As the new junior justice, he will open the door whenever a law clerk has retrieved a fellow justice's reading glasses or a legal brief, according to USA Today. He will also serve as a liaison to the cafeteria committee.
And Gorsuch will also have just a few days to familiarize himself with 13 cases being argued during the next two weeks in front of the court, USA Today reported.
Gorsuch will set on the far-left side of the bench when the justices are in the courtroom.
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