"Texas water fight could have implications for Utah and thirsty West":
The Deseret News has an article
that begins, "The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Tuesday in a case that could have implications for states that rely on interstate water compacts."
"Supreme Court to hear arguments on 'prostitution pledge'":
Cheryl Wetzstein of The Washington Times has this report
"Law school dean regrets 'censorship' of Chief Justice Roberts visit":
Robert Barnes will have this article
Monday in The Washington Post.
The Oregonian reported Friday that "Student journalists chastise Lewis & Clark College for holding up story on Chief Justice John Roberts' visit."
And earlier on Friday, the editor-In-chief and sports editor of The Daily Pioneer, the student newspaper of Lewis & Clark College, posted online an essay titled "Four days of prior restraint: A call for journalism at Lewis & Clark."
"G.O.P. Lawmakers Push to Have Boston Suspect Questioned as Enemy Combatant":
Charlie Savage will have this article
Monday in The New York Times.
Michael Doyle of McClatchy Newspapers reports that "Bombing suspect still hospitalized as battle brews over his right to remain silent."
And Carol Rosenberg of The Miami Herald has an article headlined "Boston Marathon bombing suspect: enemy combatant or common criminal?"
"Judge: Criticized conference won't be back for years."
The Maui News yesterday posted online an article
that begins, "Richard Clifton, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals, believes Maui will host another 9th Circuit Judicial Conference in four to six years, but he's not optimistic about it happening sooner."
At her blog "Record on Appeal," Rebecca A. Copeland has a post titled "Ninth Circuit Judge Richard Clifton's Practice Pointers and Other Tips on Brief Writing and Oral Arguments." And via YouTube, you can access related video at this link.
"Thirsty States Take Water Battle To Supreme Court": This audio segment
appeared on today's broadcast of NPR's "Weekend Edition Sunday
"Lawmakers Push for Federal Trial of Boston Suspect":
The New York Times has this news update
. And today's newspaper contains an article headlined "Legal Questions Riddle Boston Marathon Case
Today's broadcast of NPR's "Weekend Edition Sunday" had an audio segment titled "Concerns Raised With Legal Issues In Bombing Case."
And at Politico.com, Josh Gerstein has an article headlined "Next for Boston Marathon suspect: 5 legal questions."
"Gene Patents Are Sabotaging the Future of Medicine":
Daniela Hernandez has this blog post
"After months of speculation, Eisgruber '83 named next Princeton president":
The Daily Princetonian has this news update
Update: Later, The Princetonian posted online an article headlined "New president brings broad background in law, public service, academia."
"Under the U.S. Supreme Court: Can companies patent genes?"
Michael Kirkland of UPI has this report