Non-Sequiturs: 05.30.17

* Harvard law students go all out in everything they do — and lying is no exception. [New Yorker]

* If you're looking to purchase ancillary legal services (e.g., business or litigation support), check out the Buying Legal Guide, just launched today by the Buying Legal Council and [Buying Legal Guide]

* Joshua Matz explains how and when the Supreme Court might review the Trump travel ban (aka "Muslim ban"). [Take Care via How Appealing]

* Speaking of the courts, here's Professor Carl Tobias's advice to President Donald Trump on how to fill those 100+ vacancies in the federal judiciary. [Washington and Lee Law Review Online]

* Why is flying such a miserable experience? Blame not just the lawyers but also the index funds, as Matt Levine explains. [Bloomberg View]

* A prominent professor sues Columbia Law School, alleging age discrimination. [TaxProf Blog]

* Professor Eugene Volokh explains the First Amendment to government officials: "no, the government may not deny permits for speech because it views the speech as promoting 'bigotry or hatred.'" [Volokh Conspiracy / Washington Post]

* Additional thoughts on what TC Heartland means for venue in patent cases, from IP columnist Gaston Kroub. [On the Docket / George Washington Law Review]

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