SCOW watchers may be interested in SCOWstats’ 3 new posts on the 2018-2019 term. The justices issued fewer fractured opinions, fewer separate opinions, and shorter opinions. With all of these efficiencies you might guess that they decided more cases. But the number of decisions actually dropped this term. Also, the data reveals the impact of Justice Abrahamson’s reduced participation in the cases SCOW did take. With her departure on July 31st, that is likely to continue. Find out more here.