by Caroline Cox
Timothy M. Phelps writes in the Los Angeles Times on President Barack Obama’s fading opportunity to influence the ideology of the judiciary.
At the Harvard Law & Policy Review, Matthew Skurnik considers the worth of a Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage.
Jess Bravin reports for The Wall Street Journal on Chief Justice John Roberts’ remarks at a celebration for the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.
In The New York Times, Adam Liptak reviews the oral arguments for Yates v. United States, which has the Supreme Court considering whether a fisherman can be convicted of violating a federal law aimed at white-collar crime for throwing back undersized fish into the Gulf of Mexico.
Richard Re at Re’s Judicata lists the top ten moments during oral arguments, which proved to be “hilarious, insightful, and sometimes surreal.”