CAAF has added a useful tool for research on current issues.
Here is a link to the 11 October oral argument in Schumacher. This is the first oral argument for the season.
You will note that there is a link to the briefs. Note, these are the final briefs at CAAF, not the Supplements or the briefs from the court below.
Just as you should be reading each new CCA and CAAF case as well as the Journal for issues, now you should add the briefs in CAAF granted cases. You get an idea of issues that are percolating and great research done for you by the appellate lawyers.
h/t to DMLHS at CAAFLog for catching the new practice.