Linda Greenhouse

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    7th Circuit, Antonin Scalia, Crime, Football, Non-Sequiturs, Religion, Richard Posner, Supreme Court, Technology

    Non-Sequiturs: 11.14.14

    * Morgan Lewis approves the Bingham deal, with 227 of the roughly 300 Bingham partners moving over as full partners. Morgan Lewis is calling it a “mass lateral move,” which is the nice way of telling the remaining 70+ partners (and whatever associates and staffers they don’t care to include) to enjoy early retirement. [American Lawyer; WSJ Law Blog]

    * A follow up report on the horrific story of the lawyers accused of stabbing a managing partner and his wife. [Washington Post]

    * Justice Scalia realizes that strict constructionists are just jerks. [The Onion]

    * When the title of the story uses the phrase “super-drunk judge”… [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]

    * Judge Posner took a detour into Jewish theology, apparently based on scholarly research from “Google” and “Wikipedia.” In his defense though, he thought he was citing the well-known Hebrew texts of “Elgoog” and “Aidepikiw.” [The Jewish Daily Forward]

    * It may sound like a terrible horror movie, but “Darkhotel” is actually a campaign of cyberattacks against business executives logging in from their high-end hotels. [Internet, Information Technology & e-Discovery Blog]

    * Um, Florida State may care so much about their (number 3) football team they gloss over criminal activity. And this article is NOT about Jameis Winston. [New York Times]

    * Linda Greenhouse. Damn. “In decades of court-watching, I have struggled — sometimes it has seemed against all odds — to maintain the belief that the Supreme Court really is a court and not just a collection of politicians in robes. This past week, I’ve found myself struggling against the impulse to say two words: I surrender.” [New York Times]

    * If you’re in L.A. tonight, check out the 6th Annual Justice Jam, celebrating “A Tradition of Advocacy” at 5:30 p.m. at La Plaza De Cultura y Artes. The event benefits Community Lawyers, Inc., an organization working to promote access to affordable legal services for low- and moderate-income individuals. [Community Lawyers, Inc.]

    14 Comments / / Nov 14, 2014 at 5:04 PM
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    Constitutional Law, Linda Greenhouse, Politics, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, SCOTUS, Stephen Breyer, Supreme Court

    Justice Ginsburg Shouldn’t Retire, Says Too-Clever-By-Half Article

    It’s not that Justice Ginsburg is wrong. Well, no, actually she’s just wrong.

    9 Comments / / Dec 23, 2013 at 1:27 PM
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    Constitutional Law, Gay, Gay Marriage, Lesbians, Linda Greenhouse, SCOTUS, Supreme Court

    After Perry & Windsor: A Conversation About The Supreme Court’s Rulings

    Three distinguished commentators — Bill Eskridge, Linda Greenhouse, and Evan Wolfson — discuss the Supreme Court’s recent rulings on marriage equality.

    5 Comments / / Jul 23, 2013 at 4:58 PM
  • Linda Greenhouse, Non-Sequiturs

    Non-Sequiturs: 07.15.11

    * Is the D.C. Circuit is okay with TSA screeners touching your junk? Professor Orin Kerr discusses an opinion handed down today. [Volokh Conspiracy] * According to his mother, Mercer Law grad Stephen McDaniel — a “person of interest” in the investigation of the death of Lauren Giddings — would like to serve on the […]

    19 Comments / / Jul 15, 2011 at 5:14 PM
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    Non-Sequiturs: 04.22.11

    * Technology is a godsend, but old-school ways did have their charms. Ben Kerschberg reminisces about preparing SCOTUS briefs back in the days of hot-metal printing. [Forbes] * Ed Whelan calls out Linda Greenhouse regarding the D.C. Circuit nomination of Caitlin Halligan (in a blog post whose title I prefer not to dwell on). [Bench […]

    11 Comments / / Apr 22, 2011 at 5:43 PM
  • Antonin Scalia, Biglaw, FDA, Linda Greenhouse, Morning Docket, Partner Issues, Partner Profits, SCOTUS, Supreme Court, Texas

    Morning Docket: 03.11.11

    * Johnson & Johnson will have to fix several factories after an agreement with the FDA prompted by massive product recalls. This still doesn’t explain why my bottle of Tylenol may contain tree nuts. [Bloomberg] * Charlie Sheen hammered out a custody agreement With Brooke Mueller. That’s nice. [People Magazine] * Texas may consider a […]

    4 Comments / / Mar 11, 2011 at 8:58 AM
  • Linda Greenhouse, Quote of the Day, SCOTUS, Supreme Court

    Quote of the Day: Yes, Even in the Legal Profession

    [A] résumé need not be destiny. – Linda Greenhouse, former Supreme Court correspondent for the New York Times, discussing the Roberts Court.

    11 Comments / / Oct 4, 2010 at 11:50 AM
  • Federal Judges, Linda Greenhouse, SCOTUS, Supreme Court

    Should Supreme Court Opinions Be Anonymous?

    That’s the question posed by Linda Greenhouse, former Supreme Court correspondent for the New York Times, in an extremely interesting post on the Opinionator blog. In attempting to address “why other countries [don’t] suffer from the same toxic confirmation battles that we do,” she first notes that other nations don’t give their judges life tenure: […]

    80 Comments / / Apr 26, 2010 at 11:06 AM

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