Weekly Roundup – March 21, 2014

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Go-go dancers brought a free speech case to the Supreme Court in Barnes v. Glen Theater. The play “Arguendo” on this case stopped by Chicago last weekend and featured Professor Jerry Goldman of The Oyez Project as well as other Chicago-Kent professors leading post-show discussions

That was embarrassing… Professor Christopher Schmidt revisits some low moments for lawyers at the Supreme Court

Aereo continues expanding even while the case against their business model is before the Supreme Court – with no backup plan in sight

Last Saturday was Justice Ginsburg’s 81st birthday. Learn more about the Court’s second female Justice

Does the Fourth Amendment protect the contents of your cell phone? The Supreme Court will soon hear arguments on this question

SCOTUSblog released their stat pack, showing that the Court has voted 9-0 74% of the time this Term with no 5-4 decisions yet

Constitution Check: Does the First Amendment require live broadcasts of the Supreme Court?

Who is on Obama’s Supreme Court farm team? Jeff Toobin makes his list

The Supreme Court is deciding more patent cases than ever. But should they be?

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