LINCOLN -- The Nebraska Supreme Court announced a court session at the Nebraska City High School on Nov. 2.

A court press release says the two cases scheduled for hearing are selected to demonstrate legal arguments that face the court system on a regular basis. Following arguments, justices will discuss the appellate process and career opportunities with students.

Prior to the 10 a.m. hearings, Principal Brian Hoover will review the court rules with students, noting that the theater will transform into a Supreme Court Courtroom for the remainder of the morning.

Otoe County Judge David Partsch is scheduled to speak with students about the process from a trial court to the appellate level.

Whether held in the Supreme Court courtroom or outside the State Capitol, all argument sessions are open to the public.

The Supreme Court accepted an invitation from Principal Hoover for the session at Nebraska City.