National Law Journal
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
...whole domestic kit and caboodle. You heard right: Men are the true guardians of family values! Here are the key findings from "Today...
...of a U.S. citizen born in Jerusalem if the parent or guardian so requested. The court acknowledged that neither the text of the Constitution...
Legal ethics boards are trying to micromanage the use of the Internet by lawyers, rather than target actual deceptive practices that are obvious on their face
A decision this summer by the District of Columbia Court of Appeals in an adoption case has put two young children in limbo and raised questions about how judges decide what's in a child's best inter
A close look at the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals makes it clear that the decision to grant or deny security clearances is rarely black and white
...his Twitter account. Glenn Greenwald, a journalist for The Guardian who broke stories about government surveillance programs, also criticized the selection...
When the country's already waited seven years to have a permanent director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, what's another five hours? That's how long the Senate waited on
Jesse Jackson Jr. garners pre-sentencing support; Paul Clement and Theodore Olson square off at the Third Circuit; former U.S. Representative Ben Quayle joins Clark Hill; Irvin Nathan's vision for t
...Porter represented the adoptive couple, Paul Clement of Bancroft spoke for the guardian ad litem representing the child, Lori Alvino McGill and Gregory Garre of...
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