Court Says Prison Can’t Confiscate Erotic Werewolf Novel
:: In re Andres Martinez
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USDA OKs Musical Instruments for Travel Under Lacey Act
Blind Law School Dean Explains Why We Need The WIPO Copyright Treaty For The Blind
British Ruling Sets Standards for Twitter Libel
Germany Drops Law, Losing 63-Letter Word Rindfleischetikettierungsuberwachungsaufgabenubertragungsgesetz
WikiLeaks Source Put Soldiers at Risk, Prosecutor Says
DOJ: Eric Holder Didn’t Commit Perjury
Forest Grove Attorney Gets More Than 3 Years in Prison for Elder Abuse
Apple, Betrayed By Its Own Law Firm
Supreme Court, 5-4, Allows Routine DNA Testing After Arrests
:: Maryland v. King
High Court, 9-0, Says State Law Can’t Overrule Beneficiary on Insurance Form
:: Hillman v. Maretta
Supreme Court, Per Curiam, Rules Evidence Properly Excluded, Reinstates Rape Conviction
:: Nevada v. Jackson
LC Law’s Kathy Hessler on the Danger Dairy Farms Pose to Our Water Supply
LC Law’s Jay Johnston Graduates, Inspires
A Legacy Litigated: What’s at Stake in Obama’s Fight Over Judges
Does Law Ratchet Infringe Bloggers’ Copyrights?
Oregon Law School Graduate Beats Back $50,000 in Student Loans
LC Law’s Jim Huffman: Is Stream-access Law on the Way Out?
Turley: Fire Eric Holder
Wal-Mart Pleads Guilty to Dumping Hazardous Waste
:: $81 Million Toxic Waste Settlement Will Cost Walmart One Day’s Worth of Profits
In Pair of 5-4 Decisions, Justices Make It Easier for Inmates to Challenge Convictions
:: McQuiggin v. Perkins
:: Trevino v. Thaler
Human Rights Investigator: ?Killer Robots? Pose Threat to Peace and Should Be Banned
:: Report of the Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial,
Summary or Arbitrary Executions
DoJ Fights to Stop Release of Secret Court Opinion on Unlawful Surveillance of Americans
Why a Media Shield Law Isn’t Enough to Save Journalists
Will Proposed Tough New Drunk Driving Laws Kill Restaurants?
Justices Agree to Agree, at Least for the Moment
I Built This AK-47. It’s Legal and Totally Untraceable.
“Diversity Fatigue” Hits the Legal Profession
Federal Judge Blasts Joe Arpaio’s Racial Profiling and Detention Policy
Journalists File Suit Against Manning Trial Secrecy
Class Actions and the Trial Lawyers’ War On Innovation
Jump on a Manatee’s Back, Go to Federal Prison
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