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Judge Kavanaugh’s Path

The Opinions, The Politics, The Predictions On Trump’s High Court Pick

By Law360 staff

As the D.C. Circuit judge makes his bid for a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court, here’s our look at the politics and predictions surrounding the nomination along with what a Justice Brett Kavanaugh could mean for your practice.
414 Senior Judges Fill The Void Left By Rampant Vacancies

By Ed Beeson

More federal judges are skipping the golf course to head back to the courtroom upon taking senior status, and they're playing an increasingly vital role in a strained system.

f7665e9a5e954ceb923ecd842e49e084_Senate_Attorney_General_02334_4812x2815.jpg Why The ‘Blue Slip’ Battles Are Becoming White Hot

By Sindhu Sundar

It’s more of a norm than a rule. Its use has shifted over time, often with political winds. But the once-obscure Senate tradition is now front and center in the boiling debate over the future of the judiciary.

414 A Court Left Behind In Trump’s Push To Fill The Bench

By Jimmy Hoover

The nation’s most populous federal court district is in a state of near-crisis, and its judges, clerks and lawyers are wondering if help is on the way.

NL image Law360’s Pro Say: Trump Looks To Transform The Courts

By Law360 Staff

On the latest episode of Law360's Pro Say podcast, we examine the Trump administration’s efforts to push the judicial branch to the right, discuss Trump’s controversial trade moves, and explain how “inclusion riders” work.

Trailblazing Judges Confirmed Despite Delay Tactics

By Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa


It is remarkable that we have been able to confirm so many outstanding judges in light of unprecedented obstruction from Senate Democrats.

The Judicial Confirmation Process Is Being Distorted

By Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein

Republicans are rushing through extremely conservative judicial nominees at a breakneck speed, undermining the vetting process and Senate traditions.