by Caroline Cox
Theresa Amato argues in The New York Times that the American legal system needs to do a better job of placing lawyers where they are most needed.
At Slate, Chanakya Sethi explains how the Supreme Court could reach an agreeable compromise in its same-sex marriage decision.
Adam Benfordado presents doubts about the fairness of the jury system at The Atlantic.
At The Nation, Ari Berman discusses the North Carolina voting restrictions that have disenfranchised thousands of voters.
Brian Beutler writes at The New Republic that a Supreme Court ruling against the Affordable Care Act would be disastrous for Republican candidates.