AZ high court tosses new judge nomination law

Judiciary sends Obama budget plea

Wilkins Breezes Through D.C. Circuit Confirmation Hearing

Hecht chosen as new chief of Texas Supreme Court

Anti-Muslim Pastor Arrested On Way To Planned 9-11 Qur’an Burning

11th Cir. and D. of Georgia judgeship deal in the works

House Committee Approves Bill on ‘Frivolous’ Lawsuits

A conversation with William Lamb, defense attorney in gay marriage federal lawsuit

Obama Pushes Pro-Abortion Nominee Nina Pillard for Second Most Powerful Court

Senator Lee Criticizes Chief Justice in New E-Book

Relieving the Heavy Federal Judicial Caseload

    Ed Whalen at NRO: Adding new judges would be one way to relieve the caseload. But, given our country’s long-term fiscal problems, I’d suggest that a better way is to reduce the number of cases in the federal system by eliminating federal causes of action (especially those that are duplicative of state causes of action) and possibly by restricting jurisdiction.


  • Posted: 09/11/2013
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Republican lawmakers hire attorney for same-sex marriage legal battle

The Supreme Court ‘Beauty Contest’: A Behind-the-Scenes Look

RU-486 at the Supreme Court

America’s Declining Commitment to Self-Government | Carson Holloway at Public Discourse

Scalia: Traditional Christian virtues essential to capitalism

“Same-sex marriage fuels debate over path to change”

Why Not Two or Three Years of Law School | Ed Whalen at NRO

Biden: “I Think Janet Napolitano Should be on the Supreme Court of the United States”

Judge Wilkins Faces Different Senate Confirmation Process

Kansas: Court appointment adds fuel to conservatives’ fire to change selection process

Former Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice will help defend marriage law in federal lawsuit

The Last Stand: The Fight of State AGs to Preserve Federalism | Heritage Foundation

“The First Private Gay Law Firm In Louisiana”

Christie says Supreme Court justice Helen Hoens would not get a fair hearing

Law School Offers Two-Year Program That Works Around ABA Accreditation Monopoly Barriers

D.C. Circuit Nominee Pillard’s False and Deceptive Testimony—Part 1 | Ed Whelan at NRO

Practice-Ready Law School Graduates: A Millennialist Fantasy

President Obama and Compliance with Domestic Versus International Law

Defending the Faithful: A one-of-a-kind law school clinic stands up for religious freedom.

“Surprising Friend of Gay Rights in a High Place”

“Justice Ginsburg To Officiate At Same-sex Wedding”

Originalism and the Constitutionality of Military Intervention in Syria

Va. county told to pay tab for prayer fight: $53,229

Iowa judicial nominee quizzed on her marriage

NC: Judge Ervin will run again for Supreme Court

Defending Religious Liberty | Bill Becker on Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk Radio

“Ginsburg Embraces Gay-Marriage Rulings as Court Shuns Bold Moves”

Obama Says Law School Should Be 2 Years, Not 3

Governor Brownback’s Stellar Judicial Appointment

Chapman Law Changes Name Following $55 Million Donation

Nation’s Newest Law School Prepares to Open its Doors

Justice Kagan talks about high court on personal level to R.I. audience

Gibson Dunn Hires Philip Alito, Son of Supreme Court Justice

“Civil Rights Includes Gays 50 Years After March” | AP on CNS

Law School Applications Down 18%

11th Circuit: Barkett to leave appeals court

Christie’s newest Supreme Court nominee will get a hearing, Sweeney says

Law Schools Gain Greater Autonomy

Scalia: Court Shouldn’t ‘invent New Minorities’

How Did Law Firms Fare In The First Half of 2013?

The “New Normal” in the Legal Profession

Is the D.C. Circuit a “Broken Circuit”?

The Influence of Amicus Curiae Briefs on U.S. Supreme Court Opinion Content

Ethics Law Necessary to Keep High Court Justices in Line

Could the D.C. Circuit Become the Second Most Dangerous Court?

Report Details Courts’ Use of Social Media Tools

“DOMA Ruling Looms Large in Court Fight Over Striking Gay Jurors”

Government appeals ruling striking SCOTUS protest ban

The Ninth Circuit? Or the Munger, Tolles and Olson Circuit?

U.S. Judges Urge Congress To Give Courts More Money

WI: Complaint Filed On Judge Who Changed Baby’s Name, Cited Jesus

Christie announces he will not renominate N.J. Supreme Court Justice Helen Hoens

Behind the bench: Q&A with Missouri Supreme Court Justice Mary Rhodes Russell

The Supreme Court and the Future of Marriage | Ryan T. Anderson at Christian Post

ACLU says TN judge can’t ban “Messiah” baby name

Justice Kennedy: Legal community isn’t doing enough to attract country’s finest into its ranks

Step By Step, ‘Small’ Cases Regain Legal Ground for the Gospel | Alan Sears at Charisma News

Iowa Establishment goes after pro-marriage group over removal of justices

Too Much Work? FISA Court Appointment

    Linda Greenhouse at NY Times: Americans have undoubtedly learned more in the past couple of months about the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and its extensive powers than in the previous 35 years of the court’s existence. But it shouldn’t have taken the renegade intelligence analyst Edward J. Snowden to let us in on a fact that, while hardly secret, had been little noticed: in establishing the court, Congress gave the authority to name its judges to one individual, the chief justice of the United States.


  • Posted: 08/08/2013
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Unusual Law Clerk Hire for D.C. Circuit Judge Janice Rogers Brown

VA: Magistrate recommends Pittsylvania pay $53K to ACLU for prayers