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Yale law students need not apply for this clerkship

Today is Monday, the first day of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2022-23 term. Here are some other news items. — Federal judge will snub Yale when hiring law clerks. — Is North Carolina’s voter identification law racially biased? — Potential ...

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Alabama seeks new method of execution

Today is Monday, the 95th anniversary of the Broadway premiere of “My Maryland.” Here are some other news items. — Alabama moves toward new method of execution — nitrogen hypoxia. — Does a severance agreement excuse Elon Musk from buying ...

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Defense lawyer proves what great-grandfather couldn’t for Black teen in 1930s

Today is Monday, the 47th anniversary of the release of the movie “Jaws.” Here are some other news items. — Defense attorney’s great-grandson wins posthumous exoneration of Black teenager executed for 1930 murder. — First Amendment challenge to high school’s ...

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Texas law might shield Uvalde information, news report says

Today is Monday, the 55th anniversary of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s nomination of Thurgood Marshall to the U.S. Supreme Court. Here are some other news items. — Texas law may shield release of information in crimes for which no one ...

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Law student wins unusual motion before Duke-UNC game

Welcome to Monday, the 54th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.‘s assassination. Here are some other news items. — Law student wins “motion” to extend assignment deadline so she could watch her beloved Tar Heels. — Colorado Supreme Court says ...

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