TAG | Supreme Court

Jan 19, 2007

ABC legal reporter launches blog

Jan Crawford Greenburg, a correspondent for ABC News who covers the Supreme Court and provides legal analysis, launched a blog today, Legalities. Her new book, Supreme Conflict, hits bookstores Tuesday.

Bookmark and Share

Dec 12, 2006

A Supreme (Court) Resource

LawMemo has long been a superior site for labor and employment law resources, but now it becomes a supreme site — literally — with the addition of Supreme Court Times. Covering all Supreme Court cases, this new feature compiles information and commentary into a resource that houses virtually everything you might want to know about a case.

The front page lists all cases on the court’s docket. Each case is linked to its own omnibus page. This page includes a plain-English summary of the case, the questions presented, and links to blog commentary, the lower-court opinions, the oral argument transcript, all briefs, the decision when issued, counsel for each party, and outside resources. As if all that is not enough, the site’s editor, Ross Runkel, says he will also add links to “whatever else we can think of.” In short, a supreme site for the Supreme Court.

Bookmark and Share

Sep 4, 2006

SCOTUSblog launches a podcast

The Supreme Court blog SCOTUSblog last week released its first podcast, featuring Tom Goldstein discussing Practice Pointers on the Cert Criteria. Says Goldstein of the podcasts:

“Today, we’re introducing a new feature to the blog: podcasts. Every week or two, we will record and post a 5-7 minute segment on a topic that seems amenable to a recording. A principal use of podcasts will be to have guests appear on the blog.”

Bookmark and Share

Jul 16, 2006

Podcast: Supreme Court year in review

The most recent installment of the legal affairs podcast Coast to Coast reviews the just-completed Supreme Court term. We have two veteran court watchers as guests: Tony Mauro, Supreme Court reporter for Legal Times and American Lawyer Media, and Rex S. Heinke, head of the national appellate and litigation strategy group of Akin Gump Straus Hauer and Feld. I have more details in my post at Legal Blog Watch.

To listen to this podcast:

Bookmark and Share

May 26, 2006

Podcast discusses SCOTUS eBay ruling

The recent Supreme Court ruling in eBay v. MercExchange, setting the standard for injunctive relief in patent cases, is the topic of this week’s legal affairs podcast Coast to Coast. Joining my co-host J. Craig Williams and me are two prominent patent lawyers, Rachel Krevans, partner at the law firm of Morrison & Foerster in San Francisco, and Dennis Crouch, patent attorney at the law firm of McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff in Chicago and author of the blog Patently-O.

Bookmark and Share

Apr 30, 2006

The Supreme Court zeitgeist

What is the Web saying about the Supreme Court? Find out at The Supreme Court Zeitgeist, a site that tracks news stories, blog entries, Web links and books and magazines related to the Supreme Court.

Bookmark and Share

Mar 14, 2006

Today: Supreme Court chat with Tony Mauro

Veteran Supreme Court correspondent Tony Mauro, who covers the court for Legal Times, will chat live today at 1 p.m. Eastern time, answering questions about the court. Questions may be submitted in advance by e-mail or live during the chat. More here: Supreme Court Chat With Tony Mauro.

Bookmark and Share

Mar 4, 2006

Goldstein, SCOTUSblog, going to Akin Gump

Tom Goldstein, a lawyer who methodically established himself over less than a decade as a leading Supreme Court advocate, is leaving the firm he founded, Goldstein & Howe, to join Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Law Blog reports. With him will go the popular Supreme Court blog, SCOTUSblog.

Bookmark and Share

Mar 2, 2006

In Supreme Court, Peter v. Goliath

The Boston Globe’s Sacha Pfeiffer tells the story of how Peter D. Enrich, “a mild-mannered, 55-year-old philosophy teacher-turned-law professor,” found himself in the Supreme Court yesterday taking on DaimlerChrysler, the state of Ohio and others: “Professor leads small group in battle with legal giants.”

Bookmark and Share

Dec 8, 2005

Audiocast: Military recruiting at law schools

Coast to Coast this week looks at military recruiting at law schools and the case argued earlier this week before the Supreme Court, Rumsfeld v. FAIR. Our guest today was Lara Schwartz, chief legislative counsel for Human Rights Campaign, an organization devoted to promoting lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender equal rights.

Coast to Coast is the weekly legal news podcast cohosted by J. Craig Williams and me. An archive of all past shows is available here. All shows are available to listen to in Windows Media format or to download in MP3 format. The show’s RSS feed is available here.

Bookmark and Share