L&C Law’s Tung Yin on Eric Holder, Prosecutorial Discretion and Extrajudicial Deaths
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Download, Print, Fire: Gun Rights Initiative Harnesses 3D Technology
Samsung Alleges “Juror Misconduct,” Asks Judge To Throw Out Apple Patent Verdict
Oregon Court of Appeals Ruling Could Clear Way for Jury Trials for Occupy Portland Protesters
UC to Pay Nearly $1 Million in UC Davis Pepper-spray Settlement
Newly Released Bybee Memo Reveals Extent of PATRIOT Act Information-Sharing Provisions
For First Time, Boy Scouts to Review Files on Suspected Predators
L&C Law Alum Elisa Dozono Named Chair of the Oregon Lottery Commission
Portland Judge Rules Terrorism Suspect Mohamud Can?t Learn True Identity of FBI Informant
Client Loses Bid to Sue Ex-lawyer for Copyright Infringement of Complaint
West Virginia Voting Map Upheld by U.S. Supreme Court
:: Tennant v. Jefferson County Commission
:: Hedging on “One Person, One Vote”
Prison Rape: Obama’s Program to Stop It
:: National PREA Resource Center
:: Review Panel on Prison Rape
Hurricane Katrina Damage Judgment Against Army Corps of Engineers Is Reversed
:: Robinson v. U.S. (pdf)
Citizens United Ruling Accounts for 78 Percent of Campaign Spending
:: Sunlight Foundation Study
Jennifer Jaff, Advocate for the Ill, Dies at 55
Attorneys Reprimanded for Using Wrong Font Size in Client Solicitation Letter
Judge: “Copyright Locusts Have Descended on the Federal Courts”
A Year After Troy Davis: What’s Changed?
Big Law Steps Into Uncertain Times: NYT Dealbook Special Section
Justice Thomas Says Law School Rankings Lead to Discrimination
L&C Law Students Mallorie Grehn and J.J. England Launch a Political Movement, Three Dollars at a Time
:: $3 Change for Change Challenge
July 2012 Oregon State Bar Results
WA State Could Be Test Case in Marijuana Legalization
Feds in Supermax Lawsuit: Suicidal Prisoner? What Suicidal Prisoner?
FBI Renews Broad Internet Surveillance Push
How Eric Holder and the Justice Department Failed Each Other
New Rules Could Allow Landowners to Back Out of Conservation Easements
New York: The Police and the Protesters
Supreme Court May Push Marriage Cases Until After Election
Germany Starts War Crimes Inquiry into American Former Auschwitz Guard
New Canadian Hockey League Union Eyes Anti-trust Lawsuit in U.S.
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