... Former military officials: Carter Phillips...
...between men and women for purposes of jury service, promotion in the military, taxes and access to alcoholic beverages. Ginsburg's own life...
Reasonable persons should be able to fashion reasonable restrictionsa framework for gun control in the aftermath of Newtownwithout violating core Second Amendment rights
National Law Journal
...the administration is placing on the benefits of affirmative action to the military. In 2003, the so-called "military brief" on behalf of...
The Supreme Court is deep into its summer recess, but that does not mean the work of the Court comes to a halt. The court appointed a lawyer to argue in Sibelius v. Auburn Regional Medical Center; th
Deprecated The American Lawyer
Single-gender education is legally vulnerable on equal protection and other grounds; it is also a regressive social policy
...free speech rights of violent video game makers and virulent protesters at military funerals. With the approach of arguments on health care reform...
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