"Don't let DOMA fool you -- the Supreme Court is restricting your rights":
Law professor David Cole
has this essay
online at The Washington Post.
"Suicide by Pills Is Cited in Death of Guantanamo Detainee":
Charlie Savage has this article
today in The New York Times.
"A Damaging Decision on Generic Drugs": This editorial
appears today in The New York Times.
"For gay marriage, the battle now moves to the states":
Juliet Eilperin and Ruth Tam will have this article
Sunday in The Washington Post.
"Secret-court judges upset at portrayal of 'collaboration' with government":
In Sunday's edition of The Washington Post, Carol D. Leonnig, Ellen Nakashima, and Barton Gellman will have an article
that begins, "Recent leaks of classified documents have pointed to the role of a special court in enabling the government's secret surveillance programs, but members of the court are chafing at the suggestion that they were collaborating with the executive branch."
"The Real John Roberts Emerges":
Linda Greenhouse will have this essay
in the Sunday Review section of tomorrow's edition of The New York Times.
"The Talented Justice Kagan":
Lincoln Caplan will have this editorial notebook essay
in Sunday's edition of The New York Times.
This afternoon, at The Aspen Institute's Aspen Ideas Festival, law professor Jeffrey Rosen interviewed Justice Elena Kagan. You can view the interview on YouTube beginning at the two-hour and 53-minute mark. As first reported by two careful viewers of the interview (see here and here), Justice Kagan once again listed her must-read law blogs (at the three-hour and 11-minute mark of the YouTube video).
"Momentous Supreme Court term ends with flourish":
Mark Sherman of The Associated Press has this report
C-SPAN has posted online two video segments from this morning's program at the Fourth Circuit's Judicial Conference:
You can access video segments titled "Supreme Court 2012-2013 Term Review
" and "Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts
In news coverage, The Associated Press reports that "Roberts says high court asks too many questions."
"U.S. Senate schedules vote on Wyoming AG's nomination for Tenth [Circuit]":
The Casper (Wyo.) Star-Tribune has this report