Non-Sequiturs: 11.21.16

* Some big reasons why Trump will probably stick to well-worn tradition and select a federal appellate judge to fill Justice Scalia’s seat. [Empirical SCOTUS]

* Class action against Chipotle over burritos containing over 300 calories. [Slate]

* Should lawyers learn how to code? Maybe not. Hell, I’d just be happy if someone showed me how Minecraft works. [Lawyerist]

* Police are spending millions spying on protesters because the Bill of Rights is merely advisory these days. [Washington Post]

* A look at “ageism in the digital era.” I’m sure no one will read it because it’s not properly Snapchatted. [Digiday]

* Law professors weigh in on Mike Pence’s night at the theater. Honestly, has anyone considered that they may have just been chanting, “Boourns“? [TaxProf Blog]

* The Pawnee Nation has filed suit against the federal government over oil-and-gas operations on tribal lands. If the last 400 years are any indication, they may be out of luck. [Pawnee Nation]

* University of Chicago 3L Joshua B. Pickar is a Rhodes Scholar. Congrats. [Rhodes Trust]


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