Quite a bit to talk about today on Unpublished Opinions, the podcast where Institute for Justice attorneys muse on legal things other than the federal courts of appeals. Diana Simpson and Sam Gedge come on to give their takes on a whole list of topics: Supreme Court leaks, AI-writing briefs and plagiarism, sua sponte judges, footnotes, and not italicizing the “v” in a casename. It’s all there. It’s all Unpublished.

Supreme Court Style Guide

NTY piece relying on leaks

Essay on substantive due process and Dobbs

Short Circuit episode on sua sponte case

Justice Kavanaugh and his footnote

Short Circuit episode where we talk about the monkey

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