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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 gang submits an amicus brief: the mods of /r/law and /r/scotus filed an amicus in the Netchoice case.” orangejulius has this post at Reddit’s r/law forum. You can access the amicus brief at this link.

“Trump appeals Jan. 6 immunity ruling, launching process that may delay trial; Both appeals court and Supreme Court would have to rule on appeals quickly for trial to begin before 2024 election, experts say”: The Washington Post has this report.

“Justice Thomas’s Unintentionally Ironic Concurrence in the Self-Appointed Tester Case”: Michael C. Dorf has this post at his blog, “Dorf on Law.”

“US Marshals’ Blind Spots Leave Judges Vulnerable to Threats”: Lydia Wheeler of Bloomberg Law has this report.

“Gorsuch and Kavanaugh Fiercely Defended Workers’ Rights. There’s an Ulterior Motive.” Mark Joseph Stern has this Jurisprudence essay online at Slate.

“Of College Football, Legal Realism, and Constitutional Litigation”: Eric Segall has this blog post at “Dorf on Law.”


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