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Mandatory minimums, payday lending, and voting rights in first session of Supreme Court term

The Supreme Court will kick off its 2023-24 term on the traditional first Monday in October. The court’s October argument session will feature six arguments over five days, on topics ranging from federal sentencing laws to voting rights. And although the

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Section 8 vouchers take center stage in dispute between landlord and disabled tenant

The Petitions of the Week column highlights a selection of cert petitions recently filed in the Supreme Court. A list of all petitions we’re watching is available here. Federal law bars housing discrimination against a person with a disability. Under the

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Yes, Lawyers Can Make Mistakes (And Actually Learn From Them)

If you're living on the razor's edge of perfectionism, this episode of the Non-Eventcast is for you. The post Yes, Lawyers Can Make Mistakes (And Actually Learn From Them) appeared first on Above the Law.

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Where’s The Money?

Collecting on that judgment after all avenues of appeal have been exhausted is a journey all its own. The post Where’s The Money? appeared first on Above the Law.

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