Tuesday round-up

Briefly:

At Education Week’s The School Law Blog, Mark Walsh reports that,”[j]ust weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court said it would revisit the question of affirmative action in higher education, a new report sheds light on how widespread the use of race in admissions remains.”
Lawrence Hurley of Reuters discusses a recent poll indicating that “[m]ost Americans would support imposing a term limit” on Supreme Court Justices.
At Crime and Consequences, Kent Scheidegger discusses (and pushes back against) a recent article by Adam Liptak on summary dispositions at the Court this Term.
In The New York Times, Andrew Ross Sorkin discusses cases in which some Justices have owned stock in companies that have filed amicus briefs and the possibility that the stocks could be held in a blind trust owned by third parties.
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