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Georgetown law professor Cornelia Pillard is the third D.C. Circuit nominee to get caught up in the politics of the U.S. Senate. Plus more in this week's column
Lawyers from Wiley Rein who successfully challenged the Voting Rights Act before the U.S. Supreme Court want the government to pay $2 million in legal fees. Plus more in this week's column
President Obama's three nominees to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit appear to be in trouble, and they may need Democrats to employ the "nuclear option" to ever make it to the bench. Pl
...Lawyers in the Civil Division—DOJ’s largest litigating component—bore the brunt of furloughs, while criminal litigation continued without interruption...
The U.S. Department of Justice attempted to clear the air last week about how law enforcement will respond to state-based marijuana legalization efforts, saying the federal government will take a pas
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