Cover Story

China’s latest crackdown on lawyers is unprecedented, human rights monitors say

Human Rights

Letter from international legal community condemns arrests of Chinese lawyers

Human Rights

Several Chinese lawyers are arrested; state media said one was ‘blabbering about the rule of law’

Human Rights

China human rights lawyer gets suspended sentence for online posts

International Law

Chinese officers scuffle with protesters outside trial of human-rights lawyer

Human Rights Practice

Innocence project movement in China rises to aid the wrongfully convicted

National Pulse

Chinese companies doing business in the US build barriers to legal remedies

Law Practice

Chinese firms keep a low profile in the US, but ambitions grow

Constitutional Law

Baby born on China Airlines flight diverted to Alaska eligible for US citizenship, official says

Bryan Garner on Words

The Bluebook’s 20th edition prompts many musings from Bryan Garner

Human Rights

China cracks down on lawyers said to have ‘sabotaged the legal order’

Human Rights

China detains or queries 100 lawyers, activists and others in sweep targeting human rights law firms

Business of Law

Opposing moves by U.S. firms in China show difficulty of overseas practice

Business of Law

Signing ceremony marks Dentons’ combination with Chinese firm, creating world’s largest law firm

Business of Law

Dentons and Chinese law firm vote to merge, producing the world’s largest law firm by head count

International Law

Chinese Communist Party announces reform measures to increase judicial independence

Law Firms

22 Bingham partners, including 18 in London, leap to Akin Gump

International Law

US criminally charges Chinese military officials with cyberspying

Around the Blawgosphere

SCOTUS reporter notes tighter security after YouTube footage | Copyright and the ‘Oscar selfie’

Annual Meeting

Dissident criminal defense lawyers in China face many dangers, says researcher