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Clock ticks toward CoA deadline

Quinnipiac gets new $50M law building, intermediate appellate courts and circumcision consent round out this week's Law Blog Roundup

Welcome to Monday at the law blog roundup. Feeling down after noticing all the milk at the grocery store now has expiration dates IN SEPTEMBER?!? Here are a few links to get your week started as you try to figure out where the summer has gone:

— The Court of Appeals is about two weeks away from its self-imposed deadline of issuing opinions in all of the cases from the September 2013 Term. The Maryland Appellate Blog has a rundown of what’s left to be decided. (We have a write-up of Peters in Monday’s paper.)

— Quinnipiac University’s law school has moved into a new, $50 million building that can hold up to 500 students. Current enrollment? 292. (HT: Above the Law.)

— Voters in Nevada will once again consider whether the state should create an intermediate appellate court. Leading the charge is one of the state’s Supreme Court justices. (HT: How Appealing.)

— The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals revived a challenge to a New York law that requires parental consent for a certain kind of Jewish circumcision ceremony.