DAILY E-LERT

 

Monday, April 27, 2015

TODAY'S HEADLINE NEWS

 

 

  Supreme Court to Consider Lawsuits Over Personal Data

With Gay Marriage at the Supreme Court, an Eye on the Next Fight

Justices Disagree About Splitting 13th Court of Appeals

High Court to Consider Time Limits for Discrimination Claims

Railroad Commission to Consider Shutting Down Injection Wells

 

Burdened With Debt, Law School Graduates Struggle in Job Market

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