Just before signing the Defense of Marriage Act into law in 1996, President Bill Clinton said, "I have long opposed governmental recognition of same-gender marriages and this legislation is consisten
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Is there a business case for diversity? My gosh, it's overwhelming. I know you've heard the opposite. Supposedly, the business case for diversity is weak at best
...the appointment of a parenting coordinator, or PC, is a psychological and sociological step forward or an improper delegation of legal authority has yet to...
...process - and the reason Congress receives its greatest deference on economic or sociological facts - is its ability to use a diverse array of means to...
...classifications, namely: eliminating de facto segregation among the fire companies, educational and sociological benefits of integrated fire companies, and a 1980 Department of Justice consent...
...around midnight on a Sunday? It is universally considered bad sociological karma, and poor manners, to try to strip voters of their right...
With the so-called "Scopes II" trial taking place in their backyards, attorneys and law students in central Pennsylvania can't help debating among themselves what — if anything — public s
After gutting Senate legislation addressing juror note-taking, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives has passed a rewritten version of the bill establishing a procedure for determining whether a
The popular media are replete with articles, editorials and TV specials marking the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education and the end of the separate but equal doctrine that served to foste
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