* Matt Whitaker thinks Marbury v. Madison should be overturned. We truly live in the dumbest timeline. [National Law Journal] * Heightened security as Kavanaugh formally joins the Court. That’s a good idea, he seems like a dangerous man. [NPR] * Amazon really excited about its new role as a leader in wrongly convicting people. …
What do their anti-harassment policies look like, and what are their practices?
* Supreme Court looks to further cripple class actions by killing off cases that chasten corporate misconduct but can’t feasibly reimburse every individual victim. So, if you’re planning to injure a bunch of people, make sure to do it in a small and difficult to track manner! [National Law Journal] * Brexit comes to Biglaw …
Is the College for Criminal Justice part of the patriarchy?
A recap of the last week.
The law school community seems to have fostered a strong culture of silence.
The University of Illinois Student Bar Association has called on Professor Kesan to resign, saying they are “shocked, angered, and disappointed.”
ATL has an exclusive breakout of how the legal industry stacks up in the age of #MeToo.