The United States Supreme Court struck down Arizona’s voter ID law today 7-2. Justice Scalia wrote the the opinion for the majority. As Criminal Defense lawyers, we don’t find ourselves agreeing with him all that often, but he got this one right.
Monthly Archives: June 2013
TED talks are always so interesting and informative. A great and entertaining way to learn from some of the best in their respective fields.
This week, TED’s summer conference, TEDGlobal 2013, kicks off in Edinburgh, Scotland. At TEDGlobal, the world’s innovators and thinkers gather to tell stories and share knowledge — it’s where disciplines and perspectives in business, technology, culture, and the arts merge and cross-pollinate, and where attendees are asked to pause and Think Again.
Sounds inspiring, doesn’t it? If you’re not attending, you should know you can always get your dose of TED on the TED Blog, a WordPress.com VIP site. But we should warn you: there’s so much to discover on the TED Blog — it may just overload your brain.
Since many of you are out there writing, creating, and finding ways to share your own ideas with the world, we think that’s a good thing.
Here’s a sampling of what you’ll find on the TED Blog:
- Featured topics on the home page, such as the latest stories on…
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