Fans of 'Notorious R.B.G.' -- the meme, the Tumblr and U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg herself -- will soon be able to own a tribute to the high court justice/Internet celebrity in old-school book form.
Forbes just published its 30-Under-30 list. That means it’s time for those of us who have yet to hit the big three-oh to worry about how much reading this list will make us feel that our accomplishments thus far are woefully insufficient.
The holiday season has brought some decidedly un-merry news for law schools, with new figures released by the American Bar Association showing that national enrollment continued its steady slide in 2014.
Concurring Opinions just published the fifth post out of seven in its interview series “Posner on Posner.” Not shockingly, it’s a doozy—humor, one or two controversial statements, and one wonderfully strident pronouncement after another, including a seeming disavowal of some of the major preoccupations of his scholarship.
Simpson Thacher announced its associate bonuses today, beating Cravath’s traditional first week of December first bonus announcement. And it’s not just the early news that associates have to be thankful for. The sums they can expect to receive have increased substantially over last year’s pay outs
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito's weekend speaking engagement at the New York Historical Society has made some waves due to his comments about the failures of high court couture. Oh, and also some, shall we say, extremely candid remarks about the press.
Outgoing AG Eric Holder gave a wide-ranging interview to Bill Keller and Tim Golden of the newly-established Marshall Project, discussing mass incarceration, access to legal defense, the death penalty and lunching with his “more interesting adversaries.”
Last week, the Fifth Circuit declined to rehear Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, though the Supreme Court had remanded the case for consideration last term. The circuit court’s decision means Fisher may make its way back to SCOTUS for a second appearance. But if Fisher Round Two doesn’t appeal to the justices, they may well have two new cases to choose from instead.