Monday, November 12, 2007

Law blog round-up, 11/12

Here are some links for your Monday morning:

— Maryland is among the states asking SCOTUS to review the D.C. Circuit’s holding that a District law banning handguns violates the Second Amendment. The justices could decide whether to hear the case as soon as tomorrow. What’s your take?

— James Gross at the Maryland Divorce Legal Crier writes about what he calls the “Alice in Wonderland Law” — the law governing marital property.

— Rees Morrison at Hildebrandt’s Law Department Management blog says “Michael Clayton” makes general counsels look bad. Anybody out there see the movie? Does it do the GC community wrong?

Jim Cotterman at Altman Weil gives some numbers on associate compensation.

— Everyone’s favorite female current Supreme Court justice (pathetically, that can only mean one person at the moment) talks bathrooms, men-only job interviews at big firms, and wearing her mother-in-law’s clothes.

-CARYN TAMBER, Legal Affairs Writer

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