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Non-Sequiturs: 10.11.16

Is the Supreme Court being hypocritical? [New York Times] Free lawyers for the poor actually pay for themselves. [Guile is Good] A look at how well the federal government fares in front of the Supreme Court. [Empirical SCOTUS] More legal woes for Theranos. [Law and More] A great resource for gifts for the lawyer in your life. [Courthouses of America] The pull of social conservatives in the legal industry.
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