Africa

Health Law

Girl barred from school over Ebola fears is back in class, and lawsuit is settled

Business of Law

Sparks fly over mistranslated Orrick press release about new Ivory Coast office

Criminal Justice

Prosecutors will appeal Oscar Pistorius verdict and sentence

Criminal Justice

Inmates at 2 jails falsely cried Ebola, officials say; one defendant now faces a new charge

Health Law

Homeland Security says all travelers to US from Ebola-stricken countries must be screened

Sentencing/Post Conviction

Pistorius gets five-year sentence; can he serve part of the time at home?

Health Law

Harvard University restricts travel to Ebola-stricken countries

Opening Statements

Real Property: Alabama attorney spends a year in Uganda helping to fight land grabs

Legal Rebels Profile

Gerald Abila’s Barefoot Law helps Ugandans use smartphones to learn about their legal rights

Criminal Justice

Oscar Pistorius is found guilty of culpable homicide

Criminal Justice

Oscar Pistorius acted ‘unlawfully,’ but he isn’t guilty of premeditated murder, judge says

Judiciary

Meet the judge considering the fate of Oscar Pistorius

Annual Meeting

Illegal trafficking of animals is becoming a growing issue in global trade

Criminal Justice

Pistorius’ psychiatric assessment finds no mental impairment at time of girlfriend’s death

Careers

Retired Wash U law professor is elected president of Malawi

Labor & Employment

Partner can sue own law firm as a whistleblower, top UK court rules

Criminal Justice

Oscar Pistorius tells about fatal shooting and ‘the moment that everything changed’

Civil Rights

Nelson Mandela, ‘a giant among men’ who taught us the meaning of the rule of law, dies at 95

Features

Nelson Mandela is spared from a death sentence

International Law

Does NSA hold info on mysterious death of Dag Hammarskjold? Commission asks UN to reopen probe