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How the Law Accepted Gays
Dow Chemical and Sasol Facing Racketeering Lawsuit from Greenpeace
30 Killers Could Win Freedom Years Early Under Oregon Supreme Court Ruling
:: Parole Board Statement (pdf)
:: Janowski/Fleming v. Board of Parole
:: Severy/Wilson v. Board of Parole
Manning Ruled Competent to Stand for Court Martial
Split Appeals Court Lifts Stem Cell Research Ban
:: Sherley v. Sebelius (pdf)
Why Justices Ginsburg and Breyer Should Retire Immediately
Facebook Copyright Takedown Followup: What the Heck Happened?
L&C Law Alum Dennis Treacy, Pork Giant Smithfield Foods’ Chief Sustainability Officer
LimeWire Facing Billion-Dollar Damages Trial
Once Again, Yale Law School Tops US News Federal Clerkship List
Alaska Couple Indicted in Black Market Sales of Polar Bear Hides, Walrus Tusks
Oregon House Votes to Ban Possession, Sale of Shark Fins
Citizens United and Why Justice Stevens Decided to Resign
Guantanamo Detainee’s Lawyer Seeks Permission to View Published Wikileaks Documents
Should the FBI Redefine Rape?
Judge’s Ruling Means NFL Must Get Back to Work — Sans Restrictions
:: Brady v. National Football League (pdf)
Sculptor ‘Wins’ Copyright Case Over Korean War Memorial on Stamp, Awarded $5,000
:: Gaylord v. U.S.
Largest Law Firms Register Rising Revenues, Spiking Profits
9th Reinstates Criminal Charges for Employeee Breaking Company Computer Policy
:: U.S. v. Nosal (pdf)
A Criminal Past Makes a Job Search Even Harder
High Court, 5-4, Rules Companies Can Block Consumer Class-Actions via Arbitration Clauses
:: AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion
:: Another Ruling in Favor of Corporations, Critics Say
“Ag-Gag” Laws and Videotaping at Factory Farms: Who Protects the Animals?
Perkins Coie Attorney Traveled to Hawaii to Get Obama’s Birth Certificate
‘Kill Company’ Staff Seargeant Acquitted in Deaths of Three Iraqi Detainees
:: U.S. v. Girouard (pdf)
U.S. Supreme Court Skeptical About Vermont’s Physician Data Mining Law
More Bad Arguments: The Roberts Court & Money in Politics
Sarah Weddington, Lawyer Who Argued Roe v. Wade, Loses Faculty Position Over Budget Cuts
Pediatricians Want Better Chemical Laws, But Evidence Always a Problem
Prop 8 Supporters Say News of Judge’s Same-Sex Relationship Should Void Ruling
:: Why the New Prop 8 Argument Is Bogus – and Offensive
AG Holder: Criticism of Paul Clement ‘Very Misplaced’
:: Why DOMA Deserves A Lawyer
:: Gay Rights Group: You’re Damn Right We Pressured Law Firm on DOMA
Investigation of Lawyer for Bush-Era Wiretapping Leak Is Dropped
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