Constitution offers way to eliminate extremism created by politically carved districts
Recusals are a perennial and often mysterious part of life at the high court — mysterious because none of the justices ordinarily explain why they bow out of a case
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan's absence from the bench October 15 during arguments in the closely watched Michigan affirmative action case highlights the fact that three years into her tenure, he
...school last changed its name to honor a donor. In 2011 alone, Hofstra University’s law school became the Maurice A. Deane School of...
During the 1897-98 school year at Columbian College of Law, now George Washington University School of Law, an 18-year-old government clerk named George Johannes and an unknown classmate carefully tr
In past decade, it has turned its back on protecting the franchise, especially for the poor, minorities
...the trial level in cases against both Brooklyn Law School and the Hofstra University Maurice A. Deane School of Law. "We'll...
U.S. News & World Report's latest law school rankings are out, and Yale Law School has maintained its stranglehold on the top spot. But the real story was a high number of large jumps up or down the
On her 80th birthday, she should be honored for her innumerable contributions to women's (and men's) rights
...Schmidt heard last August. A motion to dismiss their case against the Hofstra University Maurice A. Deane School of Law was also pending. ...
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