How Appealing

Saturday, May 26, 2018

“Wyoming courts got Crow Tribe treaty wrong, says U.S. solicitor general”: Brett French of The Billings Gazette has this report.

Posted at 5:20 PM by Howard Bashman

“Disabled Yemeni Child, Cited in Supreme Court Review of Travel Ban, Gains Entry to U.S.; Several Supreme Court justices had focused on the case of Shaema Alomari as part of their review of the Trump administration’s travel ban”: Jess Bravin and Saleh Al-Batati of The Wall Street Journal have this report.

Posted at 12:55 PM by Howard Bashman

“Appellate Clinic Wins Fifth Case in a Row Before U.S. Court of Appeals”: Helen Clarke Ebert of the University of St. Thomas School of Law has this report.

Posted at 11:04 AM by Howard Bashman

“Progress in the fight for nonhuman rights”: Online at The New York Daily News, Steven Wise has an essay that begins, “When New York’s highest court, the Court of Appeals, recently declined to accept our appeal of our chimpanzee rights cases on behalf of two captive chimpanzees named Tommy and Kiko, we were disappointed, though not surprised.”

Posted at 11:00 AM by Howard Bashman

“California’s physician-assisted suicide law is overturned — for now”: Soumya Karlamangla of The Los Angeles Times has this report.

Posted at 10:55 AM by Howard Bashman

“Neal Kumar Katyal ’91: A litigator on arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court.” Lisa Furlong has this item in the May-June 2018 issue of Dartmouth Alumni Magazine.

Posted at 10:28 AM by Howard Bashman

“D.C. Circuit Review — Reviewed: ‘Whole of New Deal Program in Confusion.'” At the “Notice & Comment” blog of the Yale Journal on Regulation, Aaron Nielson has a post that begins, “Reading How Appealing, I stumbled across this provocative headline: . . . .”

Posted at 10:24 AM by Howard Bashman