Non-Sequiturs: 07.19.17


* The Supreme Court’s latest ruling in the travel ban litigation: good news for grandparents, bad news for certain refugees. [How Appealing]

* And in the travel ban battle, the parties aren’t pulling their punches. [Democracy in America / The Economist]

* Nor does Joshua Matz: “The Supreme Court is now a co-owner and co-author of the travel ban.” [Take Care]

* Justice Goodwin Liu and a team of Yale Law School researchers have issued an important new report about Asian Americans in the legal profession today. [The Portrait Project]

* A defense of that controversial David Brooks column about salami. [Volokh Conspiracy / Washington Post]

* And a defense of due process when it comes to allegations of sexual assault on college campuses. [The Federalist via Instapundit]

* In other higher-education news, here’s the tweet that got Nick Lutz suspended from the University of Central Florida. [Althouse]

* How do millennials view the legal industry? Drew Rossow and Elan Fields discuss. [Legal Tookit / Legal Talk Network]
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