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
Attorney General Eric Holder calls for automatic voter registration {Politic365}

Kamala Harris’ lawsuit against Delta could change privacy policies for apps {SF Weekly}

Senate questions D.C. federal court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson f on sentencing guidelines {Legal Times}

Law School
Arizona to let law students take Bar exam {The Arizona Republic}

Law school professor To file brief on DOMA case {Harvard Crimson}

Koh returning to Yale Law School in January {Yale Alumni Magazine}

Villanova law school on 2 years’ probation with Association of American Law Schools {Pittsburgh Post-Gazette}

Legal Profession
Continued dip in number of female associates Is ‘Significant and Troubling Trend’ {ABA Journal}

Eight law schools post lower Bar pass rates {New York Law Journal}

Judge Cheri Beasley appointed to the N.C. Supreme Court {On Being a Black Lawyer}

Federal Judge Thelton Henderson: Bay Area legal legend takes on Oakland police case {San Jose Mercury News}


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