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Ms. Smith Goes to Washington

Today, the Supreme Court will be hearing oral arguments in the case of Marshall v. Marshall, better known as Anna Nicole Smith v. Dead Guy’s Money. This fight between Smith and the son of her late husband, billionaire J. Howard Marshall II, has been going on for 10 years as each claims their stake in the late Marshall’s wealthy estate. For the legal minded, the main issue the Supremes will be looking at is whether federal courts have jurisdiction over certain probate disputes.

Contrary to prior stories, while Anna plans to attend the hearing, she has no intention of drunkenly inquiring as to whether the Justice “like my body” or to ask if they will “make me beautiful duets.”

The Daily Memo - 2/16/06

homeland.jpgThe Legal Reader sheds some light on what it takes to get a review by the Supreme Court (Legal Reader)

homeland.jpgHow much will first-year associates earn at the nation’s largest law firms? (Professor Bainbridge)

homeland.jpgHow does it feel to be on the Supreme Court, Justice Breyer? (Althouse)

homeland.jpgWhat are the best films about race and law? (BlackProf)

homeland.jpgHelpful advice when considering jumping from one law firm to another. (Legal Underground)

The Daily Memo - 2/15/06

homeland.jpgJustice Samuel Alito hires Time Warner exec and former counselor to Attorney General Ashcroft as clerk (Althouse)

homeland.jpgThe Anonyous Lawyer warns against the dangers of shooting attorneys. (The Anonymous Lawyer).

homeland.jpgIs the Sarbanes-Oxley Act Constitutional? (Professor Bainbridge)

homeland.jpgLive Blogging Michael Chertoff’s Testimony (Wonkette).

homeland.jpgAsbestos Fund Fails in Senate (Boston.com via How Appealing)