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November 29

Posted By Administrator, Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Governor Brown Appoints Four Court of Appeal Justices

SACRAMENTO – Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced the appointment of Gordon B. Burns as associate justice, Division Five of the First District Court of Appeal and Brian S. Currey as associate justice, Division Four, Laurence D. Rubin as presiding justice, Division Five and John Shepard Wiley Jr. as associate justice, Division Eight of the Second District Court of Appeal.                                                                                   Read  the full story at Mail-West


 President Trump Is Packing the Courts With Law Firm Partners 

 The Trump administration has drawn heavily from private practice for its federal court nominees.                                                                                                                               Read the full story at The National Law Journal


Former O'Melveny Partner Among Four New Appeals Court Nominees

Since June 1, the governor has appointed 72 trial court judges and nominated 10 appellate court justices and one member.                                                                               Read  the full story at The Recorder 


Schlafly Name Will Live On as Beer Mark, Federal Circuit Rules

The late conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly and her sons had tried to block a nephew from registering The St. Louis                                                                                                     Read the full story at The National Law Journal


'There's An App for That,' Sure, but Perhaps Not an Apple Victory at SCOTUS

The U.S. Justice Department backed Apple at the high court, but the justices appeared poised to let consumers pursue.

  Read the full story at The National Law Journal


 Key Lawmaker Urges State Bar to Re-Evaluate Bar Exam

"The longer the downward trend continues, the more likely it will be the highly qualified applicants to law school are deterred from pursuing a career in the law,"  Mark Stone, chairman of the assembly Judiciary Committee, said Tuesday.                        Read  the full story at The Recorder 


Former SCOTUS Clerks Dominate the Ranks of Trump's Judicial Nominees

In his rush to install a wave of federal judges, President Donald Trump has chosen 24 former Supreme Court clerks to                                                                                          Read the full story at The National Law Journal 

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