National Law Journal
...has had to handle: the Affordable Care Act, immigration, affirmative action, voting rights and same-sex marriage, to name just some. On...
The NLJ's Marcia Coyle examines four landmark U.S. Supreme Court cases on health care, money in elections, guns and race in this exclusive excerpt from The Roberts Court: The Struggle for the Constit
On April 24, just two minutes after 11 a.m., Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. announced in a voice tinged with satisfaction, "Our last case of the year," and opened arguments in a Title VII retaliation
The D.C. Bar is socking away more than $500,000 a year for a building fund. And your dues were just increased so this fund can grow next year from $1.9 million to $2.4 million
...been a three-ring (and then some) affair. After animal rights groups unsuccessfully sued circus producer Feld Entertainment Inc. in the U.S...
National Law Journal
...34; The courtroom was packed, with luminaries of the gay rights legal movement sprinkled throughout the spectator seatsPaul Smith, Chai Feldblum...
...for access to audio for the February 27 arguments in the Voting Rights Act case, ...
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