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9th Circuit: Corporations Can Be Sued For Human Rights Violations Abroad
:: Sarei v. Rio Tinto (pdf)
Feds Propose Lying in Response to Public-Record Requests
What Occupy Means for the Climate Movement
Library of Congress Asks: How Should We Let You Break DRM?
Where Big Firm Partners Went to Law School
Court: Penis Pump Judge Must Forfeit Retirement
Rand Retracts Report on Pot Clinics and Crime
U.S. Expected to Charge Executive Tied to Galleon Case
Ex-BigLaw Partner with Tax LLM Loses Law License for a Year for Failing to File State Returns
Slaughter of Horses Goes On, Just Not in U.S.
Firm Gave Judge Bybee $3.2M Worth of Legal Representation for Fighting Torture Allegations
Antonio Cassese, Architect of Modern International Criminal Justice, Dies at 74
Come Back, Robert Bork! All Is Forgiven.
Court Halts Release of Prop. 8 Video Recordings
High Court Zeroes in on Health Care
:: Filings in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (supremecourt.gov)
At Equal Justice Works Conference, Veteran Lawyers Expound on Value of Public Service
“Inherently Improper” Searches and Seizures: The Sixth Circuit’s Puzzling New Decision in United States v. Sease
Neighbors’ Tombstones and Haunted Houses Scare Up Halloween Lawsuits
And the Survey Says: Legal Secretaries Don’t Prefer to Work With Women Partners
More than Half of Federal Appeals Judges Traveled on Sponsored Trips
Fake Maple Syrup? Vermont Senators Urge Prison Time
Big Law School Loan Provider Getting Out of the Business
A Not-Very-Happy 25th Birthday for the Electronic Communications Privacy Act
Third Law School Asks Judge to Toss Graduates’ Employment Stats Suit
Exotic Animals Endured Abuse, Neglect at Ohio Farm, Documents Say
Long Pursuit of Justice Takes a Father Beyond the Law
The Ugly Parallels Between Jim Crow and Modern Vote-Suppression Laws
Supreme Court of Canada Stands Up for the Internet: No Liability for Linking
:: Crookes v. Newton
F.B.I. Scrutinized for Amassing Data on Ethnic and Religious Communities
Google Shifts Stance on Google+ Anonymity, Will Support Pseudonyms
Law Student Killed, Another Critically Injured by Car Running From Cops
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