"Michigan schools weigh affirmative action ruling":
The Associated Press has this report
"Beth Jay, Principal Attorney to 3 Chief Justices, to Retire":
Scott Graham has this post
at the "Legal Pad" blog of The Recorder.
"Ten Commandments monument is installed at Oklahoma state Capitol; The Ten Commandments monument is near the north entrance of the Oklahoma state Capitol; Private money paid for the cost of the monument and developing its base":
The Oklahoman today contains an article
that begins, "A Ten Commandments monument is up on the grounds of the state Capitol, but it didn't pass spell check."
The Tulsa World reports today that "Ten Commandments monument installed at Capitol."
And The Associated Press reports that "Lawsuits possible over Oklahoma state Capitol Ten Commandments monument."
"Boyce '12 selected as 2013 Bristow Fellow in U.S. Department of Justice":
Duke Law News has a report
that begins, "Sarah Boyce '12 has been awarded a one-year Bristow Fellowship in the U.S. Department of Justice following the completion of her current clerkship with Judge Jeffrey S. Sutton of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit." An earlier Duke Law News item about Sarah can be accessed here
"The judicial vacancy crisis":
Law professor Carl Tobias
has this essay
today at Politico.com.
"Court sympathetic to enviros' challenge to Bush-era ozone standards":
Lawrence Hurley of Greenwire has this report
"On the retirement of the incomparable Emily Spadoni":
Irv Gornstein has this post
today at "SCOTUSblog."
"Alito Defends 'Citizens' in Speech to Federalist Society":
Todd Ruger has this post
at "The BLT: The Blog of Legal Times."
"Obama's Supreme Choices: Some of the country's leading court watchers weigh in with their picks for who Obama will appoint to a vacant Supreme Court seat."
Chris Geidner has this report
at BuzzFeed Politics.
"Execution After Death Penalty Repeal 'Unprecedented,' State Supreme Court Told":
Alaine Griffin has this article
today in The Hartford Courant.
"Disciplinary administrator: Multiple reasons to disbar Kline; Former A.G. responds: Disbarment action is 'stunning.'"
The Capital-Journal of Topeka, Kansas contains this article
And The Associated Press reports that "Kline argues ethics case to Kansas Supreme Court."
"In rare move, Pfizer asks Supreme Court to reconsider ruling that killed Viagra patent":
Kirk Makin of The Toronto Globe and Mail has this report
"Recap of Federalist Society 30th Anniversary Gala Dinner with Remarks by Justice Alito": This post
appeared early this morning at "Josh Blackman's Blog."