Weekly Roundup, June 19, 2013

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The Supreme Court rules you can not patent human genes. Chicago-Kent Professor Lori Andrews applauds the decision

The Supreme Court says states may not add citizenship proof for voter registration

Opinion writing is a serious task – but Justice Kagan inserted a hidden reference to a classic tune.

Distinguished Professor of Law Lori Andrews filed an amicus brief in the Myriad Genetics case – and she’s been working on human gene patent issues for 25 years. Read about her work in her own words in the Chicago Tribune

The Supreme Court decided in Salinas v. Texas that 5th amendment rights do not apply to suspects before they are read their Miranda rights. Learn more about this case from Professor Sanford Greenberg

Supreme Court issues a new rule barring protests on plaza