- The Kagan hearings start tomorrow. George Will has some questions. [WaPo] So does the LA Times.
- The military-at-Harvard issue will be big. [CSMonitor; NPR]
- The last cases of the Supreme Court term will have some effect on the hearings. [FoxNews]
- Dueling headlines: White House says it will get, but is pessimistic about, GOP votes. [Politico; BLT] A more interesting question is the vote of a swing-state Democrats like Blanche Lincoln.
- Richard Epstein argues that the rebuttable presumption in favor of a presidential nomination means he supports Kagan. Wouldn't it be nice if Democrats reciprocated and a Republican president could nominate Epstein to the court? Sigh. [Daily Beast]
- The Judge Aharon Barak issue goes mainstream. Sort of. [Politico; NYT whitewash]
The Kagan nomination, June 27
- Dahlia Lithwick does it again
- Around the web, April 14
- Ransom v. FIA Card Services
- Cert grant in Ashcroft v. Al-Kidd
- Around the web, August 5
- Around the web, August 2
- The Obama administration, Gill v. OPM, and the politicization of the Department of Justice
- Kagan and "settled law"
- Copland on Kagan
- Kagan on tort reform
- The Kagan nomination, June 12
- The Kagan nomination, May 27
- The Kagan nomination, May 19
- The Kagan nomination, May 18
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