Small town news:
The Herald of Rock Hill, South Carolina reports today that "Attorney from Fort Mill admitted to U.S. Supreme Court
And The Daily Telegram of Adrian, Michigan reports that "Clinton teacher attends Supreme Court Institute."
"Supreme Court justices as celebrities: injudicious?"
Michael McGough has this essay
online today at The Los Angeles Times.
"The 2nd Circuit splits with 10th on tolling time bar in securities cases":
Alison Frankel's "On the Case" from Thomson Reuters News & Insight has this report
"Colonel Mustard, Tommy Tutone & Some Old Pilgrim: The Supreme Court Term in Review."
Keith Jaasma has this post
today at his new blog, "Obscure Footnotes: The Supreme Court and whatnot."
"Supreme Court Reporters on Supreme Court Term":
C-SPAN has posted online the video of this program -- conducted earlier today in Washington, D.C. -- at this link
Access online, on-demand the video of today's program titled "Supreme Court Review 2013" held earlier today at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia:
You can view the video -- featuring Jeffrey Rosen
, Erwin Chemerinsky
, Frederick M. Lawrence
, and Lyle Denniston
-- by clicking here
"Judge Dismisses Suit Filed by Supreme Court 'Occupy' Protester":
At "The BLT: The Blog of Legal Times," Tony Mauro has this post
about a ruling
that the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
"Chief Justice Roberts Is Awesome Power Behind FISA Court":
Ezra Klein has this essay
online today at Bloomberg View.
"Reporter: In Court Rulings, Roberts Takes Long-Term Approach."
Today's broadcast of NPR's "Fresh Air
" contained this audio segment
featuring Adam Liptak of The New York Times.
"Ruling Might Also Ease the Way for Same-Sex Divorces": This article
will appear in Wednesday's edition of The New York Times.
"The Rule of Law on the Move: Challenges and Disasters."
Via YouTube, you can now access online, on demand at this link
the video of law professor Noah Feldman
's interview earlier today of Justice Stephen G. Breyer at the The Aspen Institute's Aspen Ideas Festival
"Triumph of the Homosexual Agenda":
The new installment of Tom Tomorrow's "This Modern World" comic strip can be accessed here
"You May Not Like Weev, But Your Online Freedom Depends on His Appeal":
Hanni Fakhoury of the Electronic Frontier Foundation has this essay
online today at Wired. Last night, I linked
to the Brief for Appellant
filed yesterday in this matter in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
"Justice for Big Business":
Law professor Erwin Chemerinsky
has this op-ed
today in The New York Times.