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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:

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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