"California Supreme Court pick Liu accustomed to hot seat":
Howard Mintz will have this article
Monday in The San Jose Mercury News.
"Elena Kagan's First Year on Supreme Court Shows Judge With Chutzpah":
The Harvard Crimson has this report
"Dead people can't be sued for punitive damages, justices say": This article
appeared yesterday in The Des Moines Register.
You can access Friday's ruling of the Supreme Court of Iowa at this link.
"Newly renovated Supreme Court building beautiful, but costly":
The Oklahoman contains this article
"US olim want 'Israel' on passport of their J'lem-born son; Despite law passed in 2002 allowing Jerusalem-born US citizens to list Israel as birthplace, policy hasn't been implemented": This article
appeared recently in The Jerusalem Post.
And The New York Sun has a report headlined "Jerusalem Case at Supreme Court May Pit White House Web Site Against the President."
"Breyer urges lawyers to teach civility":
Reuters has this report
"A matter of opinion: Judges, attorneys differ on sectarian prayer ruling." This article
appears today in The Winston-Salem Journal.
"For Obama, a Record on Diversity but Delays on Judicial Confirmations":
John Schwartz has this article
today in The New York Times.
"Under the U.S. Supreme Court: Race-based affirmative action in peril."
Michael Kirkland of UPI has this report