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Law blog roundup

Welcome to the start of what looks to be a very sticky week. We’ll be hit with Maryland’s three summer “h’s” – hot, humid and hazy. Here are this week’s hot legal news links.

  • The legal profession keeps getting more and more elite. Jobs are shrinking as more lawyers flood the market.
  • Maryland’s trial judges are on the low end of the pay scale compared to their peers.
  • Backroom deal or not, charges against a man police say terrorized Montgomery County as a serial rapist in the ’70s and ’80s can move forward.
  • A Baltimore-born man, who practiced law in West Virginia, is working to preserve pilgrim history in Cape Cod.
  • Maryland among many states considering Caylee’s law.
  • Maryland law grad Ron Liebman, who served on the federal prosecution teams against former VP Spiro Agnew and Gov. Marvin Mandel, has written a legal thriller.
  • Trouble for Baltimore nightclub Sonar’s owner.
  • With 142 accidents on one bridge, maybe Maryland should have put up a jersey wall.
  • University of Texas at Austin is suing Ryan O’Neal for refusing to donate an Andy Warhol portrait of his love, Farrah Fawcett, as she requested in her will.

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  1. Love means never having to respect your dead girlfriend’s wishes.