Non-Sequiturs: 01.05.18

* Attorney General Jeff Sessions is planning to challenge immigration judges over their authority to close cases without rendering decisions — because in doing so, they’re allowing immigrants to remain in this country without legal status of any kind. [ABA Journal]

* Has a new era in textualism arrived at the Supreme Court? An examination of the use textualism by justices and attorneys at the high court since 2013. [Empirical SCOTUS]

* According to a new survey, a “sizeable” amount of sexual harassment goes down at annual academic meetings. We hope this isn’t the case at the 2018 meeting of the American Association of Law Schools, which is wrapping up tomorrow. [TaxProf Blog]

* Attorney Charles Harder may have brought Gawker to its knees, but Michael Wolff, the author of the book that the president wants banished, isn’t afraid of him. [Law and More]

* Check out the 11 craziest crime stories from the year that was. Some of these are almost too hard to believe happened in real life. [Versus Texas]
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