...focuses on insurance coverage disputes. He received his J.D. from Brigham Young University J. Reubin Clark Law School in 2004. In the...
The notion that spectators have to camp out or spend money to see a public institution do public business is offensive. It is the direct result of the high court's refusal to allow its proceedings to
...Hileman & Williams, Bethesda, Md. American Jewish Committee: Douglas Laycock, University of Virginia School of Law American Historical Association, and historians...
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge John Olson, who was denied federal benefits for his same-sex spouse because of the Defense of Marriage Act, says the law is based on irrational prejudice that equal protection w
Lawyers for the Republican majority in the House of Representatives are disputing on several fronts a ruling by the Second Circuit that the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutionally discriminates ag
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Like a cartel with too many players, the plan unraveled because the temptation to hire early was just too strong
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit's announcement last week that its judges will not follow the Federal Judges Law Clerk Hiring Plan confirms what insiders have known for years: the plan
...alone was behind Roberts' change of mind. Scholars at Brigham Young University are now saying that a combination of legal and political considerations...
...taught consitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School. After graduating with high honors from Brigham Young University, Mitt Romney enrolled in...
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