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Weekly Briefs: Legal jobs increase in January; 11th Circuit doesn’t rule...

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Home Daily News Weekly Briefs: Legal jobs increase in January;… News Roundup Weekly Briefs: Legal jobs increase in January; 11th Circuit doesn’t rule out execution by firing squad By...

Hey Judge, I Thought That State-Compelled Speech Was A No No?...

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(Image via Getty) Now, I will be the first to admit that I did not do the best in Con Law — each day, I...

Start Hitting Yourself: Chemerinsky Considers The Interesting Question Of When A...

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Dean Erwin Chemerinsky (public domain photo via Wikimedia) Not sure who said it, but ages ago some president made the prediction that a house divided...

Delaware’s major-party requirement for judges on top state courts won’t be...

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Home Daily News Delaware's major-party requirement for judges… Judiciary Delaware's major-party requirement for judges on top state courts won’t be enforced under consent decree By Debra Cassens Weiss February 1,...

More than a quarter of Louisiana prisoners have been held past...

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Home Daily News More than a quarter of Louisiana prisoners… Criminal Justice More than a quarter of Louisiana prisoners have been held past their release dates since 2012,...

Is debt limit unconstitutional? Answer is yes, some argue, based on...

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Home Daily News Is debt limit unconstitutional? Answer is… Constitutional Law Is debt limit unconstitutional? Answer is yes, some argue, based on the 14th Amendment's public debt clause By...

Women’s Rights Soon To Be On The Ballot In New York...

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As the first month of the year winds down, ground is being laid for constitutional revisions. No better place to start than New York!...

SCOTUS justices were questioned but not implicated in Dobbs leak probe;...

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Home Daily News SCOTUS justices were questioned but not implicated… U.S. Supreme Court SCOTUS justices were questioned but not implicated in Dobbs leak probe; some are concerned about...

Weekly Briefs: SCOTUS sets a record; CUNY law student goes missing

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Home Daily News Weekly Briefs: SCOTUS sets a record; CUNY… News Roundup Weekly Briefs: SCOTUS sets a record; CUNY law student goes missing By Debra Cassens Weiss January 20, 2023,...

Supreme Court considers Title VII accommodation for Christian postal worker who...

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Home Daily News Supreme Court considers Title VII accommodation… U.S. Supreme Court Supreme Court considers Title VII accommodation for Christian postal worker who wouldn’t work on Sundays By Debra...

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