Weekly Roundup – March 14, 2014

Did you miss your Supreme Court news this week? Let our Weekly Roundup help. (To stay on top of the latest Supreme Court happenings, follow ISCOTUS on Twitter.)

Last week, ISCOTUS and the Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago co-hosted You(th) Decide, a program for high school students to debate and decide the outcome of Town of Greece v. Galloway. Check out the live Twitter coverage with #youthdecide, and view our Deep Dive on the issues involved in the case

Can you find the photo of Ginsburg and Scalia on an elephant on Oyez? It exists! (If you give up, several Twitter followers found the answer for you.)

The Supreme Court ruled this week on an intricate international custody dispute

Halliburton asks the Supreme Court to cut back on securities-fraud class action suits

The Supreme Court dismissed the “I Heart Boobies” case, signaling a victory for two students’ First Amendment lawsuit against their school

What is the “rails to trails” case and why might it cost the federal government big money? Lyle Denniston of SCOTUSblog has the story

Did you know Oyez has GIS coordinates for cases? Click on location to see where the Rails-to-Trails case arose in WY

Justice Scalia turned 78 this week. Learn more about the Court’s originalist Justice

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