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March 26, 2007

Fodder for the legal blogosphere

Here are three Monday morning newspaper pieces that I suspect may produce some blogosphere buzzing:

  • From the New York Sun here, "Obama's View of the Constitution Hinted in Article"
  • From the New York Times here, ""In Alabama, Execution Without Representation"
  • From the Washington Post here, "Justices Are of an Opinion, but Not Often"

All three pieces are great reads for lots of different reasons (e.g., the Sun article suggests law professors ought to be careful about thanking research assistants with political aspirations).  I find the Post article interesting because it notes the slow SCOTUS pace that I highlighted here last week.

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