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  • Phew! That’s something lawyers can be thankful for. The post A Thanksgiving Gift From The President: No Student Loan Payments Until Summer 2023 appeared first on Above the Law. Source:
  • ShareCan the Biden administration issue guidelines setting priorities in the enforcement of immigration law? Do states have standing to challenge these guidelines? And if the guidelines are unlawful, does the Administrative Procedure Act give lower courts the power to vacate them — a universal remedy that goes beyond the parties to the case? These are […]
  • If you want to talk activism, then keep it among your echo chamber and away from the main table. The post Let’s Bring Back The ‘Thanks’ In Thanksgiving By Tuning Out The Divisive Noise appeared first on Above the Law. Source:
  • In-house counsel who work in litigation consistently say that one of the most frustrating aspects of their jobs is trying to locate all related materials available for cases with similar fact and issue patterns. The post In-House Counsel Cut Through The Abyss Of Information With Fact And Issue Finder appeared first on Above the Law. […]
  • ShareThe Supreme Court on Wednesday declined to block the execution of Kevin Johnson, who is scheduled to die by lethal injection in Missouri on Nov. 29. There were no recorded dissents from the court’s brief order. Johnson was convicted and received the death penalty for the 2005 shooting death of William McEntee, a police officer. […]
  • 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 Wednesday morning read: Cecilia ‘Cissy’ Marshall, keeper of Thurgood Marshall’s legacy, dies at 94 (Bart Barnes, The Washington Post) The Stench […]
  • When Your Client Won’t Stop Tweeting: Definitely helps when you can get out of the representation. Sure, Bonus Season Has Started: But it’s still awfully quiet on that front. Old News? USNWR Law School Rankings: New hotness? ATL Law School Rankings. The Richmeister Has Thoughts: About a Harvard Law prof. Jack Daniels Goes Hard: In […]
  • The deans lay out a lot of claims, but they don’t really hold up. The post Law School Deans Say Ending The ABA’s LSAT Requirement Will Hurt Diversity… But Would It? appeared first on Above the Law. Source:
  • It’s a federal holiday, y’all. The post The Legal Roots Of Thanksgiving appeared first on Above the Law. Source:
  • ShareThe Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a request from former President Donald Trump to block the disclosure of his tax returns to a congressional committee. The brief order clears the way for the House Committee on Ways and Means to obtain six years’ worth of federal tax returns for Trump and his companies. The court […]
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