Non-Sequiturs: 01.26.18

* “Impartiality requires fair treatment for both sides, not merely for victims—even victims in a case as horrifying as this one.” Some are calling into question Judge Rosemarie Aquilina’s impartiality during Larry Nasser’s sentencing. [PrawfsBlawg]

* If you’re invited by the Supreme Court to brief and argue a case as an amicus curiae, you better believe that your career in the law is about to take off. [Empirical SCOTUS]

* A few of the New England Patriots visited Harvard Law to learn about inequities in the criminal justice system before securing a spot in the Super Bowl. [Harvard Law Today]

* Maybe your life won’t end if you get bad 1L grades — maybe it’ll be a whole new beginning. [LinkedIn]

* Here are some useful tips on how to avoid getting burned if someone asks you for your salary history when you’re applying for a job. [Corporette]

* Are you a law review nerd, a legal scholar, or professor obsessed with when your latest article will be published? Then you must check out the Law Review RSS Project. [Excess of Democracy]

* Can you get a DUI in a self-driving vehicle? In the future, the answer to this question may depend on how autonomous the vehicle is. [Versus Texas]

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