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The morning read for Thursday, Jan. 26

Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. To suggest a piece for us to consider, email us at [email protected]. Here’s the Thursday morning read: Two Supreme Court Case

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No, Ruth Bader Ginsburg did not dissent in Obergefell — and other things ChatGPT gets wrong about the Supreme Court

When ChatGPT, a cutting-edge artificial-intelligence chatbot, launched in November, it captured the attention of the legal community. Some lawyers worried that the program — which can generate eerily human-sounding text in response to complex written prom

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Victim Advocates Convene In DC Over It’s-About-Time Federal Fertility Fraud Bill

Over the past decade, it has become frighteningly common for people to find themselves the victims of fertility fraud. The post Victim Advocates Convene In DC Over It’s-About-Time Federal Fertility Fraud Bill appeared first on Above the Law.

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Yale Law School Had So Much Fun The First Time, They’ve Brought Recognized Hate Group Back To Campus!

What could possibly go wrong? The post Yale Law School Had So Much Fun The First Time, They’ve Brought Recognized Hate Group Back To Campus! appeared first on Above the Law.

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