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US Supreme Court Terms always begin and end on the first Monday in October. In 2011, the date will be Monday, October 3.

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The opening day of each Supreme Court term is?

The opening day of each Supreme Court term is the first Monday in October. The first Monday in October is always when a term ends.

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