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Kate Cox in front of a map of Texas, credit Kate Cox, Reuters , Getty Images Plus


Wednesday December 13, 2023

  • New data suggests women are fed up with SCOTUS and want reform
  • In a post-Roe world,  judges get to decide what pregnant people can do
  • Conservative lawyers are going after diverse law firms
  • Lawyers willing to undermine democracy might soon have great job prospects
Abortion supporters in front of the Supreme Court, credit Sha Hanting, China News Service, VCG via Getty Images


Wednesday December 6, 2023

  • Affirmative action is dead. Now conservative lawyers are going after Black moms and trans people
  • Texas woman has to ask judge for permission get a medically necessary abortion
  • Is there is a right to medically necessary abortions? SCOTUS will decide
  • Sandra Day O’Connor and empathetic jurisprudence
Two women walk up the steps of the Supreme Court building, credit Damon Winter, The New York Times


Wednesday November 29, 2023

  • More Native judges on the federal bench
  • Culture is how we heal generational violence
  • The conservative vision for the future is inequality for women
  • The fringe legal theory that could destroy the government
Jesús Ociel Baena Saucedo,credit AP Images


Wednesday November 15, 2023

  • How activists + lawyers ended cash bail
  • Mexico’s first nonbinary judge and prominent LGBTQ activist found dead in their home
  • Originalism is bad, indefensible jurisprudence
  • SCOTUS’ new code of ethics has a fatal flaw
FTC Chair Lina Khan talks with students at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, credit Steve Craft, POLITICO


Wednesday November 8, 2023

  • The next generation of law students are obsessed with Lina Khan
  • First gen law students graduate with higher debt
  • The law that ended slavery is now being used by conservatives to end affirmative action
  • SCOTUS’ newest gun case is a humiliation for the conservative legal movement
LGBTQ supporters demonstrate outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., on October 8, 2019, credit ALEX WROBLEWSKI, GETTY IMAGES


Wednesday November 1, 2023

  • The most broken court in America
  • The antisemitism I see on campus is on a whole new level
  • Conservative lawyers want SCOTUS to overturn conversion therapy bans
  • The SCOTUS case that could have life-changing consequences for anyone caught up the police