Ed. note: In honor of Presidents’ Day, Above the Law will not be publishing on Monday. We hope everyone is able to enjoy a nice, long weekend! See you online on Tuesday. * What kind of constitution would the Rebels have written after overthrowing the Emperor? Let’s take this all the way: what pseudonym would Jar Jar use in writing the Galactic Federalist Papers? [Business of Law Blog] * Did the recent “Madoff” miniseries really have to fixate so much on his Judaism? Sure, it was part of his identity, but didn’t it kind of cross over into Shylock territory? [St. Louis Jewish Light] * The prosecution is starting to lay out the details in the case against Sunderland soccer player Adam Johnson for his relationship with a 15-year-old fan. [Screamer] * Reflecting on Chief Judge Judith Kaye’s legacy of trial court reform. [Cityland] * Judge Sylvania Woods would be rolling over in his grave if he knew about the child porn scandal going on at his namesake school. [Katz Justice] * Weil Gotshal Chairman Barry Wolf better get used to being on the other side of the table — he’s subpoenaed to testify in a lawsuit over a condo dispute. [Dan Abrams] * “An Administrative Law Fairy Tale.” [Library of Law and Liberty] * This is what happens when an NYC lawyer hangs out with the Marines and Navy for four days. [U.S. Naval Institute] * You think you’re a ruthless lawyer? You aren’t ruthless unless you’re Sun Tzu ruthless. [Law and Disorder] * Here’s an optimistic take on the future of Biglaw. [CodeX] * David Schwimmer playing the late attorney and father of a reality TV dynasty Robert Kardashian not doing it for you? Don’t worry, Yeezy’s got your back… literally. [People]








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