Temporary rifts: In exclusive interviews, U.S. Supreme Court justices said that they predict that any rifts among justices in the wake of the landmark health care decision are likely to heal quickly and that collegiality will return when the Court reconvenes for its next term. Marcia Coyle and Tony Mauro have the story.
Tweet relief: Jenna Greene reports that the National Labor Relations Board is aggressively protecting the use of social media by workers, even nonunion ones.
Getting schooled: The relationship between D.C. and attorneys who represent families of students with special needs historically has been rocky, but Zoe Tillman reports that a number of attorneys say that it has steadily deteriorated in recent years.
Toward a unified bar examination: Karen Sloan reports that 10 states now have agreed to use the same bar examination test, a move seen as a boon to job-seekers.
Judge claiming interference: Mike Scarcella explores a case before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit that is shining a light on administrative law judges and raising questions about the scope of their judicial independence.