Friday Early Morning Reads

Here’s a list of some stories we bookmarked and we felt worth giving a read early this A.M.:
In The Headlines
Judge Says He’ll Rule Soon in FAMU Hazing Death Lawsuits {The Orlando Sentinel}

SCOTUSblog Tries Again to Get Credentialed to Cover the Supreme Court {Poynter}

Obama Determined to Fill Federal Judgeships {USA Today}

NAACP to Step Up Maryland Death Penalty Fight {The Baltimore Sun}

Law School
1L Enrollment Dropped at Three-Fourths of Accredited Law Schools This Year, Preliminary Stats Show {ABA Journal}

Op-Ed: Actually, Law School IS Worth the Money {NY Times}

UVA Law’s Public Speaking Courses Offer More than Just Courtroom Prep {UVA Law}

Legal Profession
Diversity Is Still a Challenge for N.Y. Firms, Study Finds {NY Law Journal}

Outreach Effort Aims to Boost Minority Participation on Juries {Democrat and Chronicle}

People
First African-American Woman to Sit on N.C.’s Supreme Court Resigns {OBABL}

Georgetown Law Appoints Professor Girardeau Spann to Denny Chair {Georgetown Law}

Black Jurists to Head Oklahoma’s Two Highest Courts {Tulsa World}

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