Non-Sequiturs: 06.12.15

* Judge James Bascue, formerly of the Los Angeles Superior Court, was arrested after an armed standoff with police. [LA Daily News]

* In the same vein as Elie’s piece on the financial costs of leaving the law, here’s a talk about the status hit you take leaving your profession. [Escape the City]

* Is it possible for law school to be a breeding ground for social justice warriors? [Law at the Margins]

* Could Gawker media be the biggest victory of Hulk Hogan’s career? [Capital New York]

* The Supreme Court agreed to hear Shapiro v. Mack, regarding the proper role of three-judge district courts, which is a much bigger deal than it might seem. [Constitutional Accountability Center]

* He’s been trying to get you to pay attention to the importance of knowing your client for years. Maybe some out-of-context cheesecake will help. [What About Clients?]

* Today is Loving Day — the 45th anniversary of Loving v. Virginia — the day when the entire country laments the erosion of states’ rights… or something like that. [Slate]

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