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Well, suffice it to say, it’s been an exciting week or so for law nerds. Here is the latest round up of the best o’ the blawgosphere:

The Citizens United case generated a slew of interesting, must-read commentary. Here’s a taste of it:

Jan Crawford discusses the possibility of Justice Stevens retiring from the Supreme Court at the end of this term .

Professor Jonathan H. Adler defends President Obama and Justice Alito .

Justice O’Connor still refuses to leave the stage .

The AP reports that there will be ” no manslaughter defense in abortion doc’s slaying .”

The Supreme Court has granted the NRA’s request for argument time in McDonald v. City of Chicago . It probably didn’t hurt that the NRA is represented by former Solicitor General Paul Clement.

Professor Rob Natelson v. Professor Akil Amar on the constitutionality of Obamacare .

In case you were wondering, there is no constitutional right to dance in the Jefferson Memorial .

A state appellate law clerk ” is out of a job after ghostwriting claim .”

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