January Hearing List Released

The Supreme Court has released the Hearing List for the January sitting and you can find it here. Several high-profile advocates are back in action during the January sitting. Gregory Garre leads all attorneys in private practice with his fourth argument of the term in United States v. Home Concrete & Supply and Solicitor General [...]

Westlaw Flag Colors for OT10 Cases

I’ve always thought it was funny that WestLaw handed out yellow flags like they were candy. I’m referring, of course, to “KeyCite Status Flags,” the shorthand notation given to each case to signal whether it has some negative history, is bad law, or has direct history. Red Flag: “In cases and administrative decisions, a red [...]

Vintage SCOTUS: William Rehnquist’s Memo to Justice Jackson Regarding Brown v. Board of Education

Much has been made of the memo that William Rehnquist wrote as a clerk to Justice Robert Jackson advising him to uphold Plessy v. Ferguson in Brown v. Board of Education. Rehnquist always maintained that he was only writing what his boss wanted to read, but Rehnquist’s detractors saw that as a flimsy excuse. I [...]

Coppola, Dockery Win Semifinal Round of UVA Business Competition with ‘Petrohedge’

Coppola, Dockery Win Semifinal Round of UVA Business Competition with ‘Petrohedge’

Third-year law students Brian Coppola and Clinton Dockery bet on the economic opportunity offered by a volatile gas market and won the Law School stage of a university-wide business competition last week.

Coppola, Dockery Win Semifinal Round of UVA Business Competition with ‘Petrohedge’

Coppola, Dockery Win Semifinal Round of UVA Business Competition with ‘Petrohedge’

Third-year law students Brian Coppola and Clinton Dockery bet on the economic opportunity offered by a volatile gas market and won the Law School stage of a university-wide business competition last week.

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