...organizations such as the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Heritage Foundation and the Federalist Society have been studying the problem for years...
Former federal appeals judge, solicitor general and failed Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork, who died Wednesday, is being remembered as both a conservative legal trailblazer and a divisive nominee w
...Catherine Roper, American Civil Liberties Foundation of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; Jonathan H...and is of Puerto Rican heritage, protested the immigration detainer to...
Supreme Court justices have ignored conflicts of interest, both real and alleged, in their handling of cases since the court's inception
...of the Barnes Foundation. The class was a part of the University of Pennsylvania Law School course, Art Law and Cultural Heritage Policy. ...
...life to his family, his heritage, and to the practice and...an officer of the Justinian Foundation, which provides scholarships to Italian...
The policy-making body of the federal judiciary approved a new standard Tuesday that instructs judges to limit sealing entire civil cases to only extraordinary circumstances
Law firms are being hit with significantly more malpractice claims in 2011 than they were in 2010, according to a new survey of insurers that specialize in legal malpractice coverage
Law firms are being hit with significantly more malpractice claims in 2011 than they were in 2010, according to a new survey of insurers that specialize in legal malpractice coverage. The sputtering
Some of the lawyers who left the U.S. Depart?ment of Justice's Civil Rights Division during George W. Bush's presidency and complained they were the target of ideological warfare have returned during
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