...preferred to watch the oral arguments in the comfort of home on C-SPAN rather than wait in line over several cold and snowy days...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...with Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. Lawrence Sager , dean of the UT School of...
Direct examination lies at the heart of every trial, says David K. Bissinger. That is where the parties tell their story. But while law libraries abound with books about cross-examination, few writer
...to take the lead last week. But in a C-SPAN interview aired over the weekend, Obama emphasized again the need for...
"Hecht Appeals TEC Decision," "O'Connor at the 5th Circuit" and "Special Court Coincidence
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