Natalee Holloway

  • Natalee Holloway

    Non-Sequiturs

    Non-Sequiturs 05.12.15

    * Could there be a new lead, 10 years later, in the Natalee Holloway case? Or maybe just some overly sensationalized news coverage marking 10 years since Holloway went missing? [Inside Edition]

    * Despite Brooklyn DA Ken Thompson’s decision not to prosecute Willie Groomes for the March fatal shooting in the Borough Hall subway station, stating they couldn’t prove “homicide beyond a reasonable doubt.” Andy Cush makes a compelling case, with graphics and photos, that Groomes was pursuing, with his gun drawn, the unarmed victim at the time of the shooting. [Gawker]

    * Lawyers who make less money are happier. Of freaking course, just another reason why “having it all” is nothing but a cruel joke. [New York Times]

    * From T-14 law schools to… comedy? The career change for twin brothers that will feed the dream of disillusioned law students everywhere. [Village Voice]

    * This is how public interest lawyers are made: University of Wisconsin School of Law students create video for the public on the law of police-related killings. [Channel 3000]

    * Who doesn’t love some awkward lawyers shilling their wares for our consumption? Check out this round-up of attorney commercials. [Esplin Weight]

    * Natalie Portman just loves her some legal luminaries. The Hollywood Reporter has her take on Alan Dershowitz [The Hollywood Reporter]

    2 Comments / / May 12, 2015 at 5:09 PM
  • Election 2012, Jury Duty, Law Schools, Morning Docket, Murder, New Jersey, Paul Bergrin, Politics, Prostitution, Racism

    Morning Docket: 01.13.12

    * What’s funnier here? The fact that Stephen Colbert is running for “president of the United States of South Carolina,” or the fact that he’s already beating Jon Huntsman in the polls? [Washington Post] * Notorious New Jersey defense attorney Paul Bergrin’s second racketeering trial has been postponed and may be delayed indefinitely, but he’s […]

    6 Comments / / Jan 13, 2012 at 9:04 AM
  • Facebook, Law Schools, Lindsay Lohan, Morning Docket, Murder, Religion, SCOTUS, Supreme Court, Texas

    Morning Docket: 01.12.12

    * Landmark case alert. This just in from SCOTUS: the separation of church and state even applies to employment discrimination lawsuits. Say hello to the “ministerial exception.” [New York Times] * Paul Ceglia was fined for ignoring a discovery order. He also has to reimburse Facebook for all of its related, Biglaw legal fees. Here’s […]

    15 Comments / / Jan 12, 2012 at 9:01 AM
  • Morning Docket

    Morning Docket: 09.17.10

    * Today is Constitution Day, so why not celebrate it the First Amendment way? Tea partiers get to mark the occasion with their very own rally. [FOX News] * This judge’s footlong is going to be worth way more than five dollars. [WSJ Law Blog] * The Church of Body Modification is a real religion. […]

    22 Comments / / Sep 17, 2010 at 9:03 AM