Weekly Roundup: January 22, 2014

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Professor Martin Malin takes you Inside the Case of Harris v. Quinn, a labor case argued Monday at the Supreme Court

Try a little Supreme Court sudoku, with Justices’ names instead of the numbers!

What do pork chops have to do with the NSA’s phone-tapping? Professor Schmidt explores a colorful Supreme Court oral argument

The opinion in Medtronic v. Mirowski was issued today

Court to rule on cell phone privacy

The Supreme Court order list from Monday

Garrett Epps makes An Unexpected Comparison involving the current Supreme Court

All audio from last week’s oral arguments, including NLRB v. Noel Canning, is available on Oyez

The Affordable Care Act’s birth control mandate will come under fire on March 25

What the 1984 Betamax ruling did for us all

The Supreme Court faces many technology-based questions – regardless of their familiarity with the technology

Last Term’s decision in US v. Windsor is already having practical effects for same-sex couples filing taxes this spring

A bipartisan amendment to the Voting Rights Act responds to the Supreme Court’s ruling in Shelby County from last June

50 Twitter Accounts Lawyers Should Follow (Part I)

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