Will 2014 be the year when opponents of progress will finally stand alone on the wrong side of history? The forecast looks cloudy, at best. But as I look back at 2013—the battles we've won and
In two cases this term, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide the extent to which federal courts should defer to the decisions of other tribunals. Its decisions will have a substantial effect on the rol
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My spouse is an attorney. I am a judicial officer. Can my spouse serve as an assistant district attorney or assistant city solicitor and, if he or she does, would I have to disqualify myself in all c
...legal profession for perpetuating the glass ceiling, asserting that the number of minority partners in law firms is "dismally small." Sotomayor...
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