Listed below are profiles of the lawyers selected as Lawyers on the Fast Track for 2011
... Marc Miles, a Southern California attorney who represents June...
Each year, the Supreme Court considers several cases testing the contours of the First Amendment's protection of speech. The justices' enthusiasm for these cases should not be surprising. The free sp
"Summer vacation" means something very different to us as adults than it did during our school years. Whereas in childhood and adolescence it meant whole months of relaxation, these days it's more li
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WASHINGTON (AP) _ Long held U.S. antagonism to the International Criminal Court could soften under a new president, but that does not mean that either Barack Obama or John McCain is ready to sign on
...who spent several years in southern New Jersey — are charged...for duty in Afghanistan and Iraq
...signed on with Houston-based Kellogg Brown & Root to work in Iraq says the company dumped him in a war zone with poorly trained...
...massive suit pending in the Southern District of New York federal...to: the designations of Iran, Iraq, Sudan and Syria as state...
...detainees - but only because it would not do any good. Southern District of New York Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein expressed disgust this past...
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