The morning read for Wednesday, Aug. 17 – SCOTUSblog


Reform-minded LA district attorney survives second recall attempt


It’ll Cost A Pretty Penny To Attend This Elite Law School – Above the Law


It’s Got To Be Tough To Have A Law Degree And Go On TV To Pretend You Don’t Understand Warrants – See Also – Above the Law


Louisiana inmate returns to the court after 18-year delay in resentencing – SCOTUSblog


Weekly Briefs: Legal sector gains 34,700 jobs in a year; judge unseals Trump search warrant


Cherry-picked history: Reva Siegel on “living originalism” in Dobbs – SCOTUSblog


Biden administration ends ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy waits for asylum-seekers after judge lifts injunction


Did The FBI Raid Somewhere Or Something? – See Also – Above the Law


The morning read for Monday, Aug. 8 – SCOTUSblog


Alex Jones Coughing Fit To Include Coughing Up At Least $4.1 Million – See Also – Above the Law


Weekly Briefs: Embryos can be tax dependents; top state court upholds mail voting


Water and electric quarrels test the limits of tribal power – SCOTUSblog


Federal charges filed against 4 Kentucky officers in raid that led to Breonna Taylor’s death


Alex Jones Seems Like A Problematic Witness – See Also – Above the Law


The morning read for Tuesday, Aug. 2 – SCOTUSblog


Abortion-rights lawyer who argued SCOTUS abortion decision is nominated to federal appeals court


Justices asked to strengthen the right to earn a living – SCOTUSblog


Wild Wild Stuff – See Also – Above the Law


Weekly Briefs: Go-between sentenced in law prof’s murder; $4.25B opioid settlement announced


Time To Educate The Educators – Above the Law


The morning read for Wednesday, July 27 – SCOTUSblog


Mistrial declared in estate-planning malpractice suit against Nelson Mullins after jurors can’t agree


Alan Dershowitz Will Defend Free Speech By Suing The Library – Above the Law


Court will hear affirmative-action challenges separately, allowing Jackson to participate in UNC case – SCOTUSblog