The Law Behind the A.P. Phone-Record Scandal
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Town Sues ‘Robin Hood’ Citizen Group Known for Feeding Parking Meters, Says It Harasses Workers
Alaska Comes to Terms With Realities of Climate Change
Apple Deluged by Police Demands to Decrypt iPhones
Happy Birthday Brady v. Maryland!
:: Prosecutors Shouldn’t Be Hiding Evidence From Defendants
Review of 50 Brooklyn Murder Cases Ordered
Biometric Database of All Adult Americans Hidden in Immigration Reform
Rising Number of Minnesota Lawyers Punished for Misconduct
In Suit Over Death, Boogaard’s Family Blames the N.H.L.
Feds Won’t Say if NSA Surveilled New York Terror Suspects
The Federalist Society: How Conservatives Took the Law Back From Liberals
Female Law Graduates Enter a Job Market Dominated by Men
IRS Admits to Improperly Targeting Conservative Groups
Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere Crosses Historic Threshold
Criticizing DOJ, Judge Refuses to Drop Order on Contraceptive Pill Without Regard to Age
US Secret Surveillance Court Approves All Domestic Spying Requests For A Second Year In A Row
Navy Lawyer Leaving Case of Waterboarded USS Cole Bombing Suspect
Federal Judge Denies Motion to Throw Out Evidence Gathered via Fake Cell Tower
DOJ Asks D.C. Circuit to Keep Surveillance Law Memo Secret
EFF: New Bipartisan Bill Proposes Real Fixes to Bad Copyright Law
How This Duo Is Trying to ReInvent Law School
Is There a ‘Lawyer Bubble’?
Copyright Troll Righthaven Finally, 9th Rules Lack of Standing
:: Righthaven v. Hoehn
Apple: Google Is Not a “Friend of the Court” in Samsung Case
Canadian Report: Access to Justice Is a Fairy Tale, Self-represented Litigants Conclude
:: Representing Yourself in a Legal Process
Who Would Kill a Monk Seal?
FBI Claims Right to Read Your Email, Just Like Other Federal Agencies
Disney Withdraws Trademark Filing for ‘Dia De Los Muertos’
Some Hope Obama Offers Climate Policy Tradeoff if He Approves Pipeline
US Appeals Panel Speaks Well of Google Book Plans
Richard Epstein on The Law School Bubble and Why That’s OK
Multnomah County Reaches Out to Illegal Tamale Vendors
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