Weekly Roundup - May 14, 2014

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"The perception that partisan politics has infected the court's work may do lasting damage to its prestige and authority and to Americans' faith in the rule of law." A thoughtful piece on partisanship in the High Court from Adam Liptak

In one poll, the Court's ratings are up with both Democrats and Republicans - while another poll says the public wants more transparency and less politics in the Court

The 2014 Supreme Court term is adding up. Keep track of new cases granted on Oyez

The Supreme Court will not rule on a contentious gun control case

Might public dissatisfaction lead to changes at SCOTUS?

Several technology cases are pending before the Supreme Court - and more might be on their way. Could the Justices shape our technological future?

Elena Kagan and the politics of politeness

Professor Marci Hamilton provides a road map to the Town of Greece decision

Justice Alito says the end of the term brings back memories of school days, frantically finishing work

Coalition urges easier access to Justices' financial forms

Justice Scalia siding with liberal Justices? Privacy takes precedence for the conservative Justice

After a decade of teaching and studying courts, our founder and former director Carolyn Shapiro leads attorney general appeals efforts

Jeffrey Rosen of the National Constitution Center interviewed Justice Breyer. Listen to the interview

A look at the business cases that will dominate the Court's headlines in the coming months