Supreme Court

  1. Roberts Was Briefly Hospitalized After Fall | Two Key Officials Announce Retirement | Kagan's Pop Culture References | 'Severability' in Focus

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief -- Chief Justice Roberts was briefly hospitalized last month after an injury to his head, and the court says he is doing well now. Plus: two key officials at the court are retiring, and scroll down for a roundup of Justice Kagan's greatest pop culture hits. Thanks for reading, and your feedback is appreciated.
  2. For Some Clerks, It's All in the Family | What Lures in Financial Disclosures | Roberts, and the Defiance of Expectations

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief. As the court draws to a close—soon?—we're looking at some of the clerk-hiring for the new term. Plus, new and notable in the latest catch of financial disclosures. Thanks for reading!
  3. A July Ending (In a Bang)? | 'The Appellate Project': Diversity in Focus | SCOTUS Headlines: Obamacare, Francisco's Departure & More

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief -- the term is drawing to a close. But will it go into July? There's precedent. Plus: We catch up with the Appellate Project's work on diversity, and scroll down for all the big SCOTUS headlines. Thanks for reading!
  4. Alito's Barbs | About Those Qualified Immunity Denials | Financial Disclosures: Summer Teaching Gigs | Headlines: William Consovoy, Landmark LGBT Ruling & More

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief. We've got a snapshot from the latest financial disclosures, and we reach out to McDermott Will's Paul Hughes and Orrick's Kelsi Corkran for their thoughts on the court's denial of a raft of qualified immunity petitions. Plus: Justice Alito had sharp words in a pair of dissents this week. Thanks for reading!






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