Within Three Years: Justice John Paul Stevens says in a new interview that he is keeping his options open about retiring this summer, Tony Mauro reports on The BLT. "You can say I will retire within the next three years. I'm sure of that," Stevens said in the interview with The New Yorker.
Not Going Away: The Washington Post reports that one of President Barack Obama's top priorities for the rest of the year will be responding to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Citizens United v. FEC. The issue, according to the Post, makes good electoral politics.
Commission Complications: The Wall Street Journal looks at some of the issues prosecutors would face if Khalid Sheikh Mohammed were tried in a military commission. A new rule book for commission trials was due out from the Pentagon in January, but it's been delayed, the newspaper reports.
Revise Those Marketing Plans: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit has ruled that New York state's restrictions on legal advertising -- including a ban on the use of nicknames like "Heavy Hitters" -- violate the First Amendment, the New York Law Journal reports via Law.com.
Shaping the Courts: The Los Angeles Times takes on the issue of Obama's judicial nominations, reporting that the administrations chance to reshape the judiciary appears close to slipping away.