* Perversely, Antonin Scalia’s death may have saved public unions. [Slate] * Will online law schools radically alter the landscape of legal education? [Law Reboot] * Justice Scalia’s death has changed how frequently the remaining justices speak. [Empirical SCOTUS] * A criminal-defense attorney hasn’t sat on the Supreme Court’s bench in 25 years, but is that really a problem? [Vox] * Follow-up on the racist meme that circulated at Cornell Law. [College Fix] * Laurence Tribe discusses the Merrick Garland nomination. [NBC] * The North Carolina anti-LGBTQ law is now the subject of a lawsuit, because obviously. [Fusion]








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