Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
We'll admit it: We're a little bit obsessed with the Supreme Court. And by a little bit, we mean Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia are our desktop wallpapers. We follow everything the justices do (in their professional capacities -- we're not creepy), so when the Court goes on break for the summer, we feel the void of their absence.
That's why, with the Court's October 2014 Term finally underway, we celebrated in our typical style: by blogging obsessively. For (nearly) every federal circuit, we covered the already granted petitions -- even the incredibly obscure ones -- both for your reading pleasure, and also so that when the Court does issue its decisions, we'll be prepared.
Here's everything from FindLaw's "SCOTUS Week," presented in a massive list:
FindLaw's U.S. Supreme Court Blog had the most coverage (naturally), with six posts over the past week:
FindLaw's U.S. First Circuit Blog: One is the loneliest number this year. Last year, the Fourth Circuit was shut out of the initial grants. This year, it's the First Circuit that stays home -- for now.
FindLaw's U.S. Second Circuit Blog: 2 Is the [Second] Loneliest Circuit: Only 1 SCOTUS Grant So Far This Term
FindLaw's U.S. Third Circuit Blog: U.S. v. Elonis: 'Rap Lyrics' Case Isn't Really About Rap Lyrics
FindLaw's U.S. Fourth Circuit Blog:
FindLaw's U.S. Sixth Circuit Blog:
FindLaw's U.S. Ninth Circuit Blog:
FindLaw's U.S. Tenth Circuit Blog: From the 10th: The 2 Most Boring SCOTUS Grants of the Term (So Far)
FindLaw's U.S. Eleventh Circuit Blog: 11th Cir. SCOTUS Grants: Fish Shrinkage, Cell Tower, Railroad Tax
FindLaw's D.C. Circuit Blog: SCOTUS Grants 4 Cases From D.C. Cir. So Far, All About Gov't Power
FindLaw's Federal Circuit Blog: 2 Very Different Fed. Cir. Cases on SCOTUS' Docket
FindLaw's Technologist: Google Asks SCOTUS to Rescue Android From Oracle, Fed. Cir.
FindLaw's In House: Amazon's SCOTUS Case: Pay Employees in Line for Security Check?