Another Monday came and went without the Supreme Court issuing any of its marquee decisions on same-sex marriage, voting rights or affirmative action. Even without those rulings, though, the court ma
...or reviewing the documents they prepare, and instead spend considerable time reading appellate opinions. The demand for law schools to produce "practice...
Controlling jurors can be like herding cats. In recent months, judges in both state and federal courts have faced an amazing array of alleged juror misconduct issues
...was invited to the hearing. Davila, who, according to an appellate brief by Loebl, was being treated for schizophrenia, complained to U.S...
Diversity may be a priority for some law schools, but minority law students still face a harder road to a juris doctor than their white counterparts, according to an article in the latest edition of
The revolving door makes the Washington legal market go round and, lately, it's starting to spin faster between the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and law firms eager to snap up talent
...151; alleging copyright infringement are not fans. One federal appellate court recently ruled in favor of Aereo, while another is reviewing a...
The major televisions stations, amidst a labyrinth of cameras and wires, staked out their positions on Monday morning right below the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court plaza. Inside the building, the p
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