Morning Docket: 02.15.22 – Above the LawAbove the Legislation

Amy Coney Barrett

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* Laborious to Barrett instances: Supreme Court docket justice goes again to alma mater to talk on the tensions between precedent and fairness. [NDSMC Observer]

* Virginia simply handed a regulation that may ban open air burning earlier than 4 p.m. to assist stave off forest fires.  If a mnemonic helps, say no to Sean Paul until 4! [WDBJ 7]

* The ABA makes it a requirement for regulation colleges to require anti-bias coaching. Sure, I will probably be maintaining eyes on Twitter for the folks outraged over this. One thing about enabling fairness actually will get beneath folks’s pores and skin. [Reuters]

*  Nicely-behaved girls seldom bought employed: American Freight Administration Firm settles hiring discrimination lawsuit for $5M. Does this imply now is an efficient time to use or that you just wouldn’t wish to work right here anyway? Tell us! [HR Drive]

* About two thirds of Kentuckians are okay with authorized sports activities betting. Might the chances be ever of their favor. [WSN]


Chris Williams turned a social media supervisor and assistant editor for Above the Legislation in June 2021. Previous to becoming a member of the workers, he moonlighted as a minor Memelord™ within the Fb group Legislation Faculty Memes for Edgy T14s.  He endured Missouri lengthy sufficient to graduate from Washington College in St. Louis Faculty of Legislation. He’s a former boatbuilder who can not swim, a printed creator on vital race concept, philosophy, and humor, and has a love for biking that often annoys his friends. You possibly can attain him by e-mail at cwilliams@abovethelaw.com and by tweet at @WritesForRent.

 


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