New Jersey Law Journal
The Senate voted on Thursday to strip the minority party of its power to block presidential nominations, a major shift that streamlines the confirmation process for President Obama's judicial and age
A Third Circuit precedent that allows for mandatory detention of aliens with criminal convictions — even years after serving their jail sentences — is making habeas corpus relief hard to
New Jersey Law Journal
The entry-level law job market isn't going to rebound anytime soon, and larger law firms' newly stingy hiring practices are largely to blame. That's the gist of a draft paper analyzing lawyer-hiring
Reports of the growing tension between the U.S. Department of Justice and the media are especially disconcerting, and should be more comfortably ascribed to a George Orwell novel than the present adm
In Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum, the U.S. Supreme Court judge closes our courtroom doors to most human rights victims who have nowhere else to turn, and who cannot seek justice in their home coun
Martin M. Shenkman is an estate-planning lawyer with a most unusual side gig. Once a year he takes to the road on behalf of RV4TheCause, a charity that provides guidance to lawyers, accountants and f
...pending, a jump of 1,300 from the prior March. The silver lining was that the percentage of cases pending more than one year...
...2009, nine in 2008 and 20 in 2007. One silver lining was that all the top 30 deals in 2010 were valued...
...dropped nearly 40 percent, it might seem hard to find a silver lining — or even an aluminum one. As the recession...
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