* Congratulations to Quinn Emanuel partner Alex Spiro and Jose Baez, of Casey Anthony fame, on a big win: a full acquittal in the securities-fraud trial of David Demos. [Bloomberg] * Do you feel that the Supreme Court is taking its sweet time in releasing opinions this Term? Adam Feldman confirms that it’s not your imagination. [Empirical SCOTUS] * Consovoy McCarthy Park, the elite litigation boutique led by a group of conservative former SCOTUS clerks, welcomes its newest partner: Jeffrey Harris, former associate administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs and former law clerk to Chief Justice Roberts. [National Law Journal] * Are law school graduates getting “good” jobs? Professor Derek Muller has a novel idea: why don’t we ask them? [PrawfsBlawg] * The Colorado congressional race featuring two NYU Law alumnae, incumbent Diana DeGette and challenger Saira Rao, reflects a divide in the Democratic Party more broadly. [NBC News] * Criminal defense lawyer Joel Cohen argues against reading too much into an individual’s invocation of the Fifth Amendment — even if the individual happens to be Donald Trump or someone connected to him. [The Hill] * Criminal defense lawyer Elizabeth Kelley interviews Stanford law professor Paul Goldstein about his biting and funny law school satire, Legal Asylum (affiliate link). [AuthorChats] * Speaking of books, if you’d like to support the Jersey City Free Public Library — and enjoy some delicious Filipino food by celebrity chef Dale Talde — please join me this Thursday, May 17, for what should be a great evening! [Jersey City Free Public Library]

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