Election Law

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS blocks early voting scheduled in Ohio for today; ACLU official predicts confusion

White-Collar Crime

Judge suddenly resigns, takes plea in federal corruption case

Election Law

Asked to order Democrats to pick new US Senate candidate, top Kansas court sends case to trial judge

Election Law

Top state court tells official to take lawyer’s name off US Senate ballot

Judiciary

Six Montana justices file amicus brief defending ban on acceptance of partisan endorsements

Constitutional Law

Lawyer who dropped out of US Senate race sues to get his name removed from ballot

Election Law

Does national voter form have to include states’ citizenship requirement? 10th Circuit to decide

U.S. Supreme Court

Ginsburg: Ferguson turmoil illustrates ‘real racial problem’ in America

Annual Meeting

Preserve election process in emergencies, ensure voting rights of disabled, ABA House measures say

President's Message

ABA initiatives have made a difference from small communities to Capitol Hill

Judiciary

As ads for and against 3 Tennessee justices flood the airwaves, a retention candidate hits the road

Election Law

Coin toss decides judicial race that ended in a tie

Constitutional Law

Law prof analyzes former SCOTUS justice’s 6 proposed constitutional amendments, deems these 2 worst

Election Law

Does voter ID law violate 26th Amendment by suppressing youth vote? 7 college students bring suit

Election Law

Law prof’s super PAC reaches fundraising goal; aim is new campaign-finance system

International Law

Sarkozy detained on suspicion of interfering with French investigation into financial corruption

Election Law

Wisconsin man charged with voting multiple times claims amnesia

U.S. Supreme Court

Ohio’s law banning political lies may be challenged before enforcement, SCOTUS says

Election Law

Name-changing candidate Cesar Chavez faces ballot challenge by labor leader’s grandson

Intellectual Property Law

Hershey’s candy sues state senator Hershey over his campaign signs