Morning Docket: 09.13.21


* One of the Supreme Court’s six Republican judges worries that the public thinks their decisions are seen as political moves. No word from Barrett on what social scientists think. [Politico]

* Turns out pay as you go isn’t an approved way to get into Harvard. Trial that questions how merit-based Ivy league admissions are starts soon. [Reuters]

* Texas’s governor is trying really hard to let people do a hate speech on social media. [Jurist.org]

* I know Balenciaga appropriating sagging isn’t personal property, but this definitely feels like theft. IP issue, maybe? [CNN]

* Lastly, a moment of silence for those lost on September 11, 2001. Here are a few stories in their honor. [Law.com]
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