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Ginsburg: ‘I’ll be a SCOTUS justice for as long as I can’

Supreme Court Justice GinsburgSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg revealed... that she does not plan on retiring anytime soon. Read more in The Hill...

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Why are there so few women SCOTUS advocates?

Female statueNew research shows women are significantly underrepresented in the elite ranks of advocates who argue before the court. Read more at Supreme Court Brief...

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State attorneys general have taken off as a partisan force in national politics

responsorialPartisan coalitions of state attorneys general are a new wrinkle in national politics. Read more in The Washington Post.

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Lawyers step up to help disaster survivors

Person with umbrella overlooking floodingHurricane Harvey made landfall and devastated Houston and other areas in Texas and Louisiana almost two months ago. Read more in The Houston Chronicle...

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Justice tells why he lurks but never Tweets on Twitter

Justice BlackwellJustice Keith Blackwell revealed his own judicially restrained social media habits and his thoughts about the Georgia Supreme Court’s new Twitter feed. Read more in the Daily Report...

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Fla. Supreme Court asked to decide whether lawyers and judges can be Facebook pals

Blue person icon...Some of the cases and ethics opinions on Facebook friendships between judges and lawyers have been friendly to the concept, in a qualified way... Read more at The Law for Lawyers Today...

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The wheels of justice turn on the ‘Justice Bus’

Justice BusProviding top-notch pop-up legal clinics to rural communities in California requires a few things… Read more at Bloomberg Law.


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Social media helped Florida, Texas courts deal with Irma and Harvey

NOAA's archCourt officials in those states largely feel good about how they dealt with the storms, and they attribute their success to preparation, experience and social media. Read more at The National Center for State Courts.

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Facebook likes jury duty: company expands pay policy for would-be jurors

Facebook thumbs up signFacebook Inc. employees trying to get out of jury duty can no longer use the classic “but I can’t miss work” excuse. Read more in the Recorder...

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LexBlog will now license its digital publishing platform to bar assns., law firms & others

LexBlogLicensees of the platform could use it to design and launch blogs, websites, microsites or magazines, using various pre-configured options and themes. Read more at LawSites...

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