PDX Airport Stripper Acquitted, Judge Rules Nude Anti-TSA Protest Is Protected Speech
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Public’s Opinion of Supreme Court Drops After Health Care Law Decision
Oregon Wins Waiver From No Child Left Behind Law
Chief Judge Kozinski: “Segways at Disneyland? Could Happen”
Justice Department Sues Telecom for Challenging National Security Letter
The Supreme Court: Not Such an Impregnable Fortress Anymore?
Split Ninth Upholds Hotel Guest Registry Ordinances
:: Patel v. City of Los Angeles (pdf)
Boy Scouts, After Secret Review, Reaffirms Ban on Gays
Shell Seeks Last-minute Break on Arctic Air Pollution Permit
Online Mugshot Extortion: $400 to Remove Your Arrest Photo
UO Law Creates 1L Course on How to Find a Job
Writing With Antonin Scalia, Grammer Nerd
Obama’s “Global Jail” in Afghanistan
How Much Has Citizens United Changed the Political Game?
The Mystery of John Roberts
Split Over Reporter’s Privilege Highlights Tension Between National Security and the First Amendment
Tattoo Checks Derail Immigrants’ Green Cards
Manhattan Jewelers Admit Illegal Ivory Trading
U.S. Injected Gitmo Detainees With ?Mind Altering? Drugs
Is Allowing the Rich to Skip Airport Security Legal?
A Supreme Court Copyright Case Has Libraries Fighting for the Right to Lend
Judge Rules Against Broadcasters, Denying Injunction Against Aereo TV
A New Battle Over GTMO Attorney Access
Olympia Food Co-op Defendants Awarded SLAPP Damages
As Mine Protections Fail, Black Lung Cases Surge
L&C Law’s Meg Garvin on the Supreme Court Challenge to Oregon’s Rape Shield Law
High Court Refuses London Tenants’ Pleas to Block Surface-To-Air Missiles
International Criminal Court Issues First Sentence, 14 Years for Use of Child Soldiers in Congo
:: Decision on Sentence Pursuant to Article 76 of the Statute
FTC Set to Hand Google Record $22.5M Fine Over Safari Privacy Breach
:: Just ‘Puppet Waving’
BlackBerry’s Latest Delay Could Lead to Lawsuits
NTSB Report Slams “Keystone Kops” for Handling of Michigan Oil Spill
Scranton Ignores Judge’s Ruling, Cuts Worker Pay to Minimum Wage
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