Tuesday round-up

Briefly:

  • At Empirical SCOTUS, Adam Feldman examines the attorneys, law firms and interest groups that have argued cases or filed amicus briefs at the court this term, concluding that although “there is no lack of participation in Supreme Court litigation, there are some attorneys and firms that are involved far more than others,” and that most “of these repeat players are not new to the Court and have been recognized as Supreme Court regulars for years.”
  • In an op-ed at CNN, Elizabeth Wydra remarks on recent rumors that Justice Anthony Kennedy may be contemplating retirement, warning that “any nominee to replace Justice Kennedy would be intent on demolishing the key pillars of his legacy.”

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