...helped conduct a closely watched trial challenging the public school student assignment plan in Pitt County, N.C., that worsened racial imbalance, according to the...
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Two federal judges came to such widely different conclusions about the government's telephone surveillance program in December that the U.S. Supreme Court likely won't ignore the issue
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...springs eternal—as evidenced by a grand opening in Indiana and plans for more. ...
Amid continued gloom, hope springs eternal — as evidenced by a grand opening in Indiana and plans for more
Federal securities regulators ended 2013 on a losing streak in court, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau — finally — has a leader
The nation's top appellate advocates assess the state of the 2013-14 term
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Jayne Kacer, associate dean for student affairs at the Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law, has performed four wedding ceremonies for students and alumni in recent years, and expects to h
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