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

Justices Weigh Race as Factor at Universities {NYTimes}

UMD Law Professor Sherrilyn Ifill on Fisher v. University of Texas: Still Litigation Without Minority Representation {Concurring Opinions}

Analysis: Justice Kennedy the key to US campus affirmative action {Reuters}

Law School

The Best Law Schools For Career Prospects 2012 {Forbes}

Race a Legitimate Consideration in Law School Process {The Albuquerque Journal}

Law School Tuition is About to Jump to The Most Outrageous Levels Yet {Business Insider}

Legal Profession

The Fruits of Our Labors: An Empirical Study of the Distribution of Income and Job Satisfaction Over the Legal Profession {Indiana University Maurer School of Law’s Center on the Global Legal Profession}

D.C. Bar Launches Leadership Academy to Identify, Train Potential Leaders {DC Bar}


Brazil’s first black Supreme Court justice elected as high court’s first black president {Washington Post}

DLA Piper names Guy Flynn chair of Maryland Real Estate practice, partner-in-charge of downtown Baltimore office {DLA Piper}

Court upbraids judge who showed obscene photos {The Philadelphia Inquirer}


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