Supreme Court

  1. A Doubting Thomas Raises More Questions | The Cost of Seeking Review | High-Flying Justices | Cate Stetson Looks Ahead to Milestone

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief. A doubting Justice Clarence Thomas raises more questions. The cost of seeking review: Paul Clement edition. High-flying justices get fresh look in new report. Plus: Hogan Lovells partner Cate Stetson looks ahead to milestone. Thanks for reading, and stay safe.
          
  2. Eminent Domain Returns | Challenge of 'Staying Fresh' After Rare Postponement of Arguments | Does the Court Need a 'Defender Advocate'?

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief. The court's rare postponement of argument added a new level of uncertainty, as the coronavirus grips the nation. Plus, a new eminent domain case is coming up on the court's conference. Thanks for reading -- and please stay healthy and safe.
          
  3. Bar Fees and the First Amendment | Sotomayor's 'Faithless Elector' Recusal | Bagley and Bray Confront 'Universal' Injunctions | District Judge Bashes Roberts Court

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief. A Wisconsin federal judge's article on the Roberts court is making the rounds. Plus, the court turned down a First Amendment challenge to bar fees, but another case is in the wings. And did you see why Justice Sotomayor recused in the "faithless electors" case? Scroll down for more, and thanks for reading!
          
  4. Meet the Lawyers Arguing Today's Abortion Rights Case | Why Gorsuch Would Be 'Grateful' | CFPB Headlines, and More

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief, and thanks for reading! The Supreme Court today hears its first major abortion rights case since the departure of Justice Kennedy. Plus, if you could just answer Justice Gorsuch's question, that would be great.
          
  5. Trio of Former Scalia Clerks Will Argue CFPB Case | 'Mooting Paul Is a Total Waste of Time': Clement Is Saluted | A Rare 'Damn' Reverberates

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief! Tuesday's big CFPB case will feature argument from three former Scalia clerks — a rare occurrence. Plus, Kirkland's Paul Clement was saluted by peers after his 100th argument. Thanks for reading! And we love your feedback.
          

 

 

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New York State Trial Lawyer's Association

20 trial lawyers, who were concerned that New York had no forum for plaintiffs' lawyers, joined together to form a bar association.

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Nathan Sobel Inns of Court, Kings County.

Fostering Excellence in Professionalism, Ethics, Civility and Legal Skills.

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Columbian Lawyers Association of Brooklyn, Kings County

Foster, promote and preserve the values, customs, and traditions of Italian culture, heritage and history in the legal and judicial community.

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North American Brain Injury Society

NABIS is a society comprised of professional members involved in the care or issues surrounding brain injury.

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New York State Bar Association

Serving the legal profession and the community since 1876.

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Brooklyn Women's Bar Association

To Promote, Protect & Further the Rights of All Women.

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