Perpetuating "a hard freeze at the sequester level," Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. said, would "pose a genuine threat to public safety" by postponing criminal trials, while delays on the civil side
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor said Tuesday night that the lack of diversity in race, gender and background poses a "huge danger" to the judiciary, both federal and state. She also slamme
The number appears to exceed the hires by other firms from a class of 39 clerks, four for each sitting justice and one each for the three retired justices
...mdash;the same treaty invoked to destroy Syria's chemical weapons (NYLJ, Oct. 22). Arguing for Bond, former solicitor general Paul Clement...
The always-hot legal market for U.S. Supreme Court law clerks has gotten even hotter for those who served at the high court last term. Hiring bonuses have reached $300,000
Long saddled with the label of "swing vote," U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy has a new moniker that will travel with him into history: the court's strongest champion of gay rights
The U.S. Supreme Court gave something to both sides this week in a closely watched dispute over agreements between drug manufacturers that put off the production of generics in return for payments by
The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a blow to the information industry and to open-government advocates on April 29, unanimously upholding a Virginia law that restricts the right of access to public documen
Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. said the provision requiring recipients of funds to fight HIV overseas to explicitly oppose prostitution and sex trafficking could force organizations to espouse gover
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