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Davis High School student Sofia Cardenas chats with UC Davis law student Kelly Volkar before the start of the California Supreme Court special session Wednesday at King Hall School of Law at UCD. Cardenas and Volkar are two of the seven students who asked the justices questions during the Q&A session before court cases were heard. Karin Higgins, UC Davis/Courtesy photo
California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye, a graduate of the UC Davis School of Law, welcomes the court to a special session Wednesday at her alma mater. Karin Higgins, UC Davis/Courtesy photo
A line forms outside the King Hall School of Law at UC Davis as visitors wait to go through a security check to attend the California Supreme Court's special session Wednesday on campus. Karin Higgins, UC Davis/Courtesy photo
Sofia Cardenas, a senior at Davis High School, reacts to Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye's response to her questions: "Do you have suggestions for lawyers appearing in your court? Advice for brief writing? Advice for oral argument?" Cardenas was one of the seven students who asked the justices questions during the Q&A session Wednesday at the King Hall School of Law at UC Davis. Karin Higgins, UC Davis/Courtesy photo

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