New Jersey Law Journal
...in the modern era, said Russell Wheeler, visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution. Wheeler noted that, by statute (31 U.S.C. 1105,) the...
The federal court system, already beset with funding losses due to the sequester, is bracing for more significant hits in the coming fiscal year
...process over nominees from their state. Russell Wheeler, a Brookings Institution fellow who studies judicial nominations, ...
...Institute and the Brookings Institution, based in ...
The employment data for 2012 shows a net increase of 7,800 legal services jobs, or a 0.7 percent increase over 2011 — half the rate of growth in the broader economy
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
Former Senator Arlen Specter, who died Sunday at age 82, became one of the most visible players in the reshaping of the Supreme Court confirmation process, and in turn influenced the very kind of jus
Originally Published: National Law Journal
The year 2011 at the U.S. Supreme Court was the calm before and after the storm. Few of the cases decided in 2011 had the incendiary impact of the Citizens United decision of 2010, or of the high-pro
...attacks are misplaced, and that includes charges leveled recently by the Brookings Institution, which faulted Congress for failing to write a detailed code specifying...
A proposal for weighted voting in the General Assembly may solve the problem of domination of the UN by developing nations
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