Indigent Defense: The University of Chicago Law School and Northwestern University School of Law will join forces with Gideon's Promise—an Atlanta nonprofit that trains and advocates for public defenders throughout the South—to pay for graduates to work on indigent legal defense for up to a year, The National Law Journal reports.
Apple Antitrust: Washington lawyer Michael Bromwich, who is monitoring Apple Inc.'s compliance with antitrust laws after the electronic book price conspiracy, tells a judge that he has been largely cut of from top executives at the tech giant, the Associated Press reports.
Rare Dolls: "They are some of the rarest bobblehead dolls ever produced. They're released erratically. They're given away for free, not sold. And if you get a certificate to claim one, you have to redeem it at a Washington law office. The limited edition bobbleheads of Supreme Court justices are the work of law professor Ross Davies," The Associated Press reports.
Battle Funds: Utah's governor has yet to sign off on a plan to spend as much as $2 million to hire outside counsel to defend the state's voter-approved constitutional definition of marriage, the Deseret News reports.
Countrywide Pays: Massachusetts' attorney general scores another subprime settlement, The National Law Journal reports.