Law.com had an article summarizing the oral argument yesterday before the First Circuit in a case getting national attention involving tax disclosures for allegedly suspect organizations:
As the article notes, representing one of the defendants in the 75 (!) minute argument was Kathleen Sullivan. This one may be an argument you might want to listen to - remember, arguments are posted on line the day after in an RSS feed on the First Circuit site -
just go to "court calendar" and click on the top case.
Waiting to do an oral argument, I once watched Ms. Sullivan argue an appeal in which the other side was represented by Arthur Miller. Now that's professorial fire power (are you surprised that the case involved attorney's fees?)