Non-Sequiturs: 06.29.15

* Senator Ted Cruz describes his experience clerking for Chief Justice Rehnquist. We also learn what Justice Sandra Day O’Connor says about Internet porn. It’s not as exciting as Cruz would want you to think. Personally, I’d hoped she’d say something about “Long Dong Silver,” but alas. [POLITICO]

* If you thought Justice Scalia was interminably grumpy before, today he exhibited some downright bizarre behavior. [Slate]

* Lawyer disciplined for stealing wine. Lots and lots of wine. [Legal Profession Blog]

* Has marriage equality rendered Chief Justice Roberts a footnote to history? [Reuters]

* An in-depth look at New York’s Riker’s Island facility from the perspective of those who live and work there. And let’s not undersell the word “live,” since we have kids living there for 7 years awaiting trial. [New York Magazine]

* Shearman & Sterling’s Doreen Lilienfeld discusses building gender balance in Biglaw. [Big Law Business / Bloomberg BNA]

* A thorough guide to Bitcoin for judges

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