Weekly Roundup – July 17, 2013

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Voting rights and election law developments since the Voting Rights Act decision.

Remember the Myriad decision, which held human genes cannot be patented? Prof. David Schwartz explains in more detail.

Justices Ginsburg and Scalia spar with words regularly in the Supreme Court – but thanks to a recent law school graduate and musician, they’ll spar with music in the opera Scalia/Ginsburg.

How do the Supreme Court Justices spend their summer vacation?

Guest blogger Professor Nahmod discusses a recent Supreme Court ruling on free speech that flew just under the radar.

The Supreme Court is on its summer break, but there is already talk about a big case next year that could set a new precedent for the separation of church and state.

ISCOTUS Director Carolyn Shapiro has written on Claiming Neutrality and Confessions Subjectivity in Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings.

Justice Ginsburg isn’t planning on leaving the Supreme Court any time soon.

Where does Prop 8 stand now after the Supreme Court ruling?