Justice Gorsuch on Title 42: “Even if the [APA] has taken a holiday during this pandemic, it cannot become a sabbatical.”

Today the Supreme Court issued an order in the Title 42 case. Title 42 refers to a series of orders that allow the federal government to deny entry to certain aliens to prevent the spread of a contagion (COVID-19). The scope of the order is very specific. First, the Court stayed Judge Sullivan’s nationwide vacatur … Read more

Ninth Circuit Judge Urges Supreme Court “Not to Give Any First Amendment Protection for Racist Hate Speech”

In Chen v. Albany Unified School Dist., Judge Ronald Gould joined the panel opinion, but added the following; the opinion dealt with K-12 public schools’ restrictions on student speech, where the government already has substantial latitude (which is what the panel focused on), but its logic expressly extends to the government as sovereign criminally punishing … Read more

Ahead of the Curve: 2022’s Biggest Legal Education Stories (Not About LSATs or US News Rankings) | Law.com

Welcome back to Ahead of the Curve. I’m Christine Charnosky, legal education reporter for Law.com, and I’ll be your host for this week’s look at innovation and notable developments in legal education. This week, we’re looking back at the biggest (relatively unsung) legal news of the year. Source link

Ninth Circuit Upholds Expulsions for Off-Campus Abusive Speech That Targets Particular Students

From Chen v Albany Unified School Dist., decided today by the Ninth Circuit, in an opinion by Judge Daniel Collins, joined by Judge Ronald Gould and District Judge Roslyn Silver; the opinion is long, so I’ll try to excerpt it briefly here, but you can read the whole thing for yourselves (I’ll also put up … Read more

Founding Dean of High Point Law Named in Jan. 6 Report | Law.com

The Final Report of the Select Committee to Investigate the Jan. 6 Attack on the U.S. Capitol, released late last week, named Mark Martin, who was appointed as High Point University School of Law’s founding dean in June. On June 7, High Point University appointed Martin, former chief justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, who … Read more

Meeting Client Expectations | Law.com

Meeting Client Expectations | Law.com Page Printed From: https://www.law.com/2022/12/27/meeting-client-expectations/ Credit: Zivica Kerkez/Shutterstock.com BEST PRACTICES The New Reality, for which law firms are scrambling to equip themselves, is that law firms no longer define their own service levels. Now it’s the clients, and they have clear expectation parameters. December 27, 2022 at 03:21 PM 5 minute … Read more

What we learned about AI and deep learning in 2022

Check out all the on-demand sessions from the Intelligent Security Summit here. It’s as good a time as any to discuss the implications of advances in artificial intelligence (AI). 2022 saw interesting progress in deep learning, especially in generative models. However, as the capabilities of deep learning models increase, so does the confusion surrounding them. … Read more

Watchdog: Most PTAB Judges Fear Independence Threatened by Political Appointees | Law.com

A recent report from the Government Accountability Office showed an overwhelming majority of Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) judges feel their independence is being threatened by political appointees. The report comes after calls from congress to review the administrative court’s transparency in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in United States v. … Read more