The Supreme Court on Tuesday released the calendar for oral argument in the sitting that begins April 19 — the last scheduled sitting of the Term.  On four of the six scheduled days, a single case will be heard.

Below the jump is the day-by-day schedule, with a brief summary of the issues involved.

Mon., April 19:

Christian Legal Society v. Martinez (08-1371) — right of religious student group to benefits at public college without sacrificing beliefs

City of Ontario v. Quon (08-1332) — right of privacy for public employees’ text messages by electronic pagers

Tues., April 20:

Dolan v. U.S. (09-367) — federal judges’ power to order restitution for crime victims

Wed., April 21:

Krupski v. Costa Crociere (09-337) — right to file an amended complaint in a federal court case to correct the identity of a party

Mon., April 26:

Rent-a-Center West v. Jackson (09-497) — judge-or-arbitrator power to determine if an arbitration agreement is valid, when the two sides assign that issue to the arbitrator

Hardt v. Reliance Standard Life Insurance (09-448) — federal judges’ power to award attorneys’ fees in lawsuits under the ERISA worker benefit law

Tues., April 27:

Monsanto v. Geertson Seed Farms (09-475) — proof needed to justify nationwide order to stop an activity that may threaten the environment

Wed., April 28:

Doe No. 1 v. Reed (09-559) — right of ballot measure petition-signers to have their identities kept confidential

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