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Forty-five years of visual journalism from a supremely talented court artist

For 45 years, Arthur Lien witnessed, sketched, and recorded for posterity some of the Supreme Court’s most historic moments. His pencil-and-watercolor illustrations have the uncanny quality of transporting the viewer into the room at just the right

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“Quite simply, the absolute best”: Tributes to Art Lien

Art Lien sketched the Supreme Court from 1977 until his retirement this summer. For the final nine years of that astounding career, he worked for SCOTUSblog (in addition to his longtime employer, NBC News.) Over 45 years, Art visually chronicled dozens of

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At Jackson’s investiture, the courtroom brims with politicians as the justices find their new seats

A View from the Courtroom is an occasional series offering an inside look at oral arguments and opinion announcements (and other Supreme Court events) unfolding in real time. In the wake of last term’s controversial decisions, and with the Supreme Co

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From Biglaw To National Association For Law Placement

Congratulation on the new position! The post From Biglaw To National Association For Law Placement appeared first on Above the Law.

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