D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed: Catnip for #AppellateTwitter

by Aaron Nielson — Friday, June 7, 2019@Aaron_L_Nielson

It’s remarkable how much nonsense (or worse) can be crammed into 280 characters. #NationalDoughnutDay, indeed. And I even like donuts! Bah humbug. To all of it, I say #GetOffMyLawn. That said, I enjoy learning about new things. And a good way to do that is Twitter. Granted, the nonsense-to-sense ratio could be better. But there […]

D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed: Gone Fishin’

by Aaron Nielson — Friday, Aug. 18, 2017@Aaron_L_Nielson

This is my last week of summer — next week, the 1Ls arrive. I would say my summer vacation is coming to an end but, in fact, it doesn’t feel like I’ve had a vacation at all. Instead, this summer has been full of long days and short nights. (Hopefully the result of all those […]

​D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed: Why does the Supreme Court’s Term End in June?

by Aaron Nielson — Sunday, July 3, 2016@Aaron_L_Nielson

June has come to an end, the Justices have dispersed, and once more, in the words of a young John Roberts, “the Constitution is safe for the summer.” Every year, the Supreme Court rushes to finish up its work before the Fourth of July. And then the Justices are off to Austria, Malta, Arkansas, Italy, […]