The selection of six cases for consideration relating to class actions in a single term reflects the U.S. Supreme Court's belief in the importance of the role of class actions in the present dispute-
Former Montville municipal judge Seth Davenport was publicly reprimanded by the Supreme Court Thursday for doing legal work for the town's mayor during his time on the bench
From the authors' point of view as administrators on either end of the law school experience, it is clear that many of the attributes sought by law school admissions committees are akin to those soug
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A video-recorded pretrial statement must be replayed in open court under the direct supervision of the judge
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Two men convicted of terrorist plots have lost their argument that being sentenced the same day as the Boston Marathon bombings may have worked against them
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