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  • ShareThe Supreme Court ended a week of momentous news on a much more low-key note, releasing on Friday afternoon the argument calendar for the justices’ March arguments. The court will hear eight hours of oral arguments over six days, on topics ranging from arbitration to international child-custody law. Here is the full list of cases […]
  • ShareThis article is part of a series of tributes on the career of Justice Stephen Breyer. Aileen McGrath is senior counsel in the Supreme Court and appellate practice at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld. She clerked for Breyer during the 2008-09 term. Those of us who had the privilege to clerk for Justice Breyer […]
  • ShareThis article is part of a series of tributes on the career of Justice Stephen Breyer. Deanne E. Maynard is co-chair of Morrison & Foerster’s appellate and Supreme Court practice and a former assistant to the solicitor general. She clerked for Breyer during the 1994-95 term. I had the good fortune to clerk for the […]
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  • Seb Gorka, bad faith? The devil you say! The post House Lawyer Dropkicks Another Bad Faith Claim In Seb Gorka’s January 6 LOLsuit appeared first on Above the Law. Source:
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  • ShareEach weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. To suggest a piece for us to consider, email us at Here’s the Friday morning read: Who’s who among some possible top Supreme Court contenders (Jessica Gresko & Colleen Long, Associated Press) The Practical […]
  • Share Tom Goldstein joins Amy Howe to discuss Breyer’s retirement, the most likely candidates to succeed him, and the upcoming White House vetting process. SCOTUStalk is launching a new Q&A feature. Send us your questions about the justices, how the Supreme Court works, or a case that’s pending before the court. We may answer your […]
  • ShareA divided Supreme Court on Thursday evening allowed Alabama to execute a man who argued that the state had failed to give him proper accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act so that he could select his method of execution. In doing so, the justices overturned two lower-court rulings that had barred Alabama from performing […]
  • ShareThe justice, in his 80s, had served on the Supreme Court for well over two decades, becoming a liberal stalwart on such issues as abortion rights, affirmative action, and opposition to the death penalty. The Democratic president was in his second year in office and facing political headwinds as the midterm elections approached. Word of […]
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