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National Pulse

Should the public have access to data police acquire through private companies?

Your ABA

ABA leaders praise Department of Justice for introducing implicit bias training


Dec. 17, 1798: The Senate convenes the first impeachment

Government Law

Trump plans to place his businesses in a blind trust run by his children; will it resolve conflicts?

Environmental Law

Federal judge orders bottled water deliveries to residents in Flint, Michigan

Criminal Justice

Former congressman is indicted for alleged false expense claims; ‘Downton Abbey’ decorating cited

Religious Law

City Ten Commandments display violates establishment clause, 10th Circuit rules

Elder Law

Judge blocks federal rule that would ban arbitration in nursing home disputes

Criminal Justice

FBI director sticks to his original conclusion after new email review: Clinton shouldn’t be charged


Who’s to blame for poisoning of Flint’s water?

President's Message

Veterans Day offers lawyers opportunity to aid those who protect our rights and freedoms

Constitutional Law

Did FBI’s Clinton disclosure and its search of Anthony Weiner’s computer violate the law?

Trials & Litigation

HUD lawyer is awarded $800K in ‘melodrama’ retaliation case

Criminal Justice

FBI will review new emails in connection with Hillary Clinton probe

Constitutional Law

Federal judge allows suit challenging female topless ban as equal protection violation

Criminal Justice

Acting on citizen complaint, New Jersey judge finds probable cause to investigate Chris Christie

Verdicts & Settlements

Ousted city attorney settles bias suit for $1.45M

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court to consider suits against US officials by immigrants detained after Sept. 11 attacks

Privacy Law

Judge tosses suit claiming San Francisco’s open-air pissoir violates privacy rights

Trials & Litigation

Judge tosses $40M excessive-force suit against Ferguson police
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