Morning Docket: 04.25.23

* Which Supreme Court justice sold a nearly $2 million property to the head of Greenberg Traurig and then left the identity of the purchaser blank on the disclosure form? [Politico]

* Donald Trump’s rape trial begins today. Here’s a short primer. [Reuters]

* But if criminal law is more your fancy, Fulton County DA Fani Willis provided a July 11 timeline for criminal charges in Georgia election interference suit. [Law360]

* The legal industry is in desperate need of more financial regulation lawyers. After a couple bank failures, we should probably be more concerned about having more financial regulations first, but I digress. [The Recorder]

* Financial regulation lawyers who can help the heads of failed banks avoid turning over their multimillion dollar compensation packages. [Bloomberg Law News]

* University of Arizona College of Law moves back to online learning in response to investigation of “possible threat.” [KGUN]

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