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Dude Gets Law Review Cite as a Tattoo. We Have Other Ideas.
This is fun: Above the Law just ran a caption contest on a photo of some dude's leg, which is now adorned with a tattoo of a law review citation: 11 Ohio St. J. Crim.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
The Pordland Mercury
Supreme Court Grants Stay of Same-Sex Marriage in Virginia
The state of Virginia was preparing for gay marriage , which was going to become legal statewide tomorrow due to a court decision.
Why Are Jews At Higher Risk For Pancreatic Cancer?
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a rarity in more ways than one. She is not only the first Jewish woman to serve as a Supreme Court Justice, but also one of the few survivors of pancreatic cancer.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Obama Hints of Supreme Court Opening
President Barack Obama caused a stir when campaigning for the mid-term elections, suggesting there may soon be an opening on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
The Washington Post
Supreme Court: Was gay marriage settled in 1972 case?
A whole lot of judges who are being asked to decide whether states may ban same-sex couples from marrying think the Supreme Court clearly gave them the answer last year: no.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Did President Obama engage in 'wishful thinking' when he suggested upcoming Supreme Court vacancies
President Obama caused a stir during a fund raising speech this week when he suggested that there would soon be vacancies on the Supreme Court.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Antitrust-Related Recent Developments: Comments Requested on Price...
The U.S. Sentencing Commission is currently seeking public comments on sentencing for price fixing, bid rigging and market allocation agreements among competitors to determine whether the antitrust sentencing guidelines should be revised.
Talking Points Memo
The Enormous, Unbelievable Stakes For The Supreme Court In 2016
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Wall Street Journal
The Odds of a Supreme Court Vacancy in Obama's Second Term
President Barack Obama raised eyebrows on Monday when he implied that he would get another chance to appoint a Supreme Court justice before his term runs out.
Obama's Planning on More Supreme Court 'Appointments'
Speaking at a private home in Tisbury, Massachusetts, Obama said he is dealing with a faction of Republicans motivated only by ideology.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
The Fourth Feminist
The summer of 2014 has turned into something of a national folk feminist revival, as far as the Supreme Court is concerned.
Summer Vacation: Supreme Court Justices Edition
Everybody needs a little R&R, even our Supreme Court Justices. While the most exciting thing that has happened to our Justices is their fashioning into comic book heroes , they are actually traveling the country on speaking engagements.
The Daily Advance
Douglas Cohn: Court vacancy will not be an issue if GOP takes Senate
The odds are better than even that the Republicans will take the Senate in November, and if that happens, the Supreme Court should become an issue, but it won't.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
National Review Online
Abortion Right Equal to Second Amendment?
I have come to believe that if Roe v. Wade is ever overturned-a big if-it will be from the other side.
Sonia Sotomayor's 5th anniversary on Supreme Court
President Obama walks alongside his Supreme Court nominee, appeals court Judge Sonia Sotomayor, and Vice President Biden prior to introducing Sotomayor in the White House on May 26, 2009.
WPTV Local News
Justice Ginsburg isn't going anywhere
You might think that the Supreme Court was a big enough megaphone for a justice - but over the past week, one member of the high court has been taking her opinions from that bench into the court of public opinion.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Jay Z Can Thank Supreme Court for Setback in 'Big Pimpin' Lawsuit
A win for a "Raging Bull" heiress also becomes a win for the Egyptian objecting to a sample in one of the hip hop star's biggest hits.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
NYT's Court Reporter Takes Dictation from Liberal Justice...
The Supreme Court is still not moving fast enough to the left on social issues to please some liberals, and New York Times Supreme Court reporter Adam Liptak is on it.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Chemerinsky: First impressions of this term's SCOTUS decisions were misleading
First impressions can be deceiving and, with the benefit of a month of hindsight after the completion of the Supreme Court term, it is apparent than many of those impressions were misleading.
The Daily Courier
Supreme Court justices silent over execution drug secrecy
Arizona Department of Corrections, file/The AP This undated file photo shows inmate Joseph Rudolph Wood.