ABA Punts: The American Bar Association wants more time to decide whether to move back by a month the law schools' nine-month-after-graduation employment statistic, The National Law Journal reports.
Waiting Game: Justices did not release decisions Monday in the "big three" cases of the term: affirmative action, voting rights and same-sex marriage. But Thursday is another day and more decisions are expected, The National Law Journal reports.
Stopping a Leak: Justice Department officials have started the process to charge National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden with disclosing classified information, The New York Times reports.
Plan B OK: The U.S. Department of Justice notified U.S. District Judge Edward Korman Monday that it will comply with a recent ruling that allowed unrestricted sales of Plan B One-Step, Fox News reports.
Concussion Coming: The NFL training camps have started, and next month a judge plans to rule on whether former players can sue the National FootballLeague over concussion-related injuries, WKYC reports.