Welcome back to the roundup. Friday’s approval of same-sex marriage in New York has advocates hoping that New York’s passage of the law will revive interest here. Read on for more law links.
- Chief Justice John Roberts is uncomfortable with cameras in the Supreme Court.
- Changes to Maryland’s teen driving laws have significantly lowered teen fatalities.
- Public interest careers on the rise for law school grads.
- State Del. Dana Stein’s novel on climate change will likely rankle global warming non-believers.
- Reporter Stephen Janis has teamed up with a former homicide detective for a new book questioning why we kill, which looks at some of Baltimore’s most brutal homicide cases.
- A blast from the past — Baltimore County Bar Association members hammed it up in the ’80s.
- Mirriam Seddiq rants about government regulations.