National Law Journal
The American Bar Association has censured and fined Rutgers School of Law-Camden $25,000 for admitting students who had not taken the Law School Admission Test
...a whimsical search for how the justices had spelled the word in earlier opinions. The "h" spelling turned up in 118 cases before...
...shy;tánamo Bay, Cuba, say a new search policy adopted earlier this year put their clients in an impossible situation: submit to religiously...
...lawsuit against the Beastie Boys over a video ad that went viral earlier in November. GoldieBlox filed a declaratory judgment suit claiming the...
The upcoming U.S. Supreme Court argument over the president's power to make recess appointments has sent lawyers and researchers hunting through centuries-old documents for historical evidence to pro
A legal battle between the state of Michigan and an Indian tribe over a casino has put the sovereign immunity of all Indian tribes at risk in the U.S. Supreme Court
...year amid uncertainty about the law school’s future. Earlier this year, university officials and law school leaders agreed to split the...
The Senate's historic vote to end minority party filibusters of most judicial nominees means three nominees to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit will likely win approval
The office of the U.S. solicitor general sometimes takes controversial positions, but most practitioners agree that the quality of its legal briefs is high. Some of the office's style secrets are
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