Sam Donaldson, professor at Georgia State University College of Law, on how a crossword puzzle he co-wrote was accepted by New York Times puzzle editor Will Shortz.
Michelle Suskauer, president of the Florida Bar, on the results of a study by the organization that shows, among other things, about one-third of fledgling lawyers would not apply for law school knowing what they now do about the field.
Justice Nels Peterson of the Supreme Court of Georgia, during oral arguments on Tuesday over a challenge to the election of the state’s lieutenant governor. Statistical analyses of hundreds of thousands of votes are key to the plaintiffs’ claims.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-New York, on the scheduled vote on whether to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt for failing to turn over an unredacted version of the Mueller report.
Ellen Rosenblum, former judge and current Oregon attorney general, on how to be an effective judge.


Top quotes in the legal news this week hit some highs and lows. In one story, a Georgia State University College of Law professor reached the zenith of the crossword puzzle world. Another story highlighted some dark data out of Florida about lawyers and their job satisfaction. For these quotes and more, click through the slideshow above.