In July 1993, when I joined The Legal Intelligencer, the economy was still recovering from a recession, health care and gay rights were divisive issues and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was embroile
The Legal's 170th Anniversary Magazine covers the recent history of the legal profession in Pennsylvania, from law firms to law schools and courts to case law. It features articles written by esteeme
...S. Supreme Court. Also, more than 30 percent of federal and state appellate judges are women. Here in Pennsylvania, women represent two-thirds of the...
As part of its 170th anniversary, The Legal for the first time awarded some of Pennsylvania's most influential attorneys with Lifetime Achievement Awards. Each honoree was asked to provide a brief qu
March 18th marked the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Gideon v. Wainwright, 372 U.S. 335 (1963), the landmark case that changed the landscape of indigent defense
When The Legal Intelligencer asked me to address how Pennsylvania's judiciary has changed over the years for the paper's 170th anniversary, I first wondered exactly how old they think I am
...the District of Columbia. James Klein, chief of the defender office's appellate division, declined to comment. Assistant U.S. Attorney David Goodhand argued for...
Granting limited discovery in a social media dispute, a Lancaster County judge has ordered the parties in a personal injury case to hire a "neutral forensic computer expert" to review the plaintiff's
Appellant's sufficiency and weight of the evidence challenges to his first-degree murder conviction failed and cross examination of appellant's alibi witness was properly admitted, but appellant's ma
...decision of the outstanding issues. To that end, the court urged the appellate court to affirm its finding on the arbitration issue and stay the...
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