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How Appealing Weekly Roundup – Above the Law


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Ed. Note: A weekly roundup of just a few items from Howard Bashman’s How Appealing blog, the Web’s first blog devoted to appellate litigation. Check out these stories and more at How Appealing.

“The Curious Failure to Cite to Rehnquist’s Bush v. Gore Concurrence and the Independent State Legislature Theory in 2004 Salazar Case; The Issue Was Clear to Justice Stevens’ Then-Clerk (and Now-CA Supreme Court Justice) Leondra Kruger”: Rick Hasen has this post at his “Election Law Blog.”

“Who Can Rein In the Supreme Court?” The New York Times has published this editorial.

“Another Failure to Apply the Amended Rule 3(c); Another court of appeals has relied on abrogated caselaw rather than the recently amended Rule 3(c) to limit the scope of an appeal”: Bryan Lammon has this post at his “final decisions” blog.

“What I Realized After Justice Alito Attacked Me for Critiquing the Shadow Docket”: Law professor Steve Vladeck has this Jurisprudence essay online at Slate.

“Supreme Court approval rating declines amid controversy over ethics and transparency: Marquette poll.” Devan Cole of CNN has this report.

“Skip charter school skirts-only case, U.S. Justice Dept tells Supreme Court”: Alison Frankel’s “On the Case” from Reuters has this post.


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