India

Opening Statements

DIY legal websites threaten to outsource Indian lawyers

Religious Law

‘Talaq’ Text Is Valid for Divorce, Imam Says; But Bombay High Court Demands More in Different Case

Cover Story

Despite Globalization, Lawyers Find New Barriers to Practicing Abroad

Terrorism

Eleven People Killed in Bomb Explosion at New Delhi Appeals Court

Law Schools

Cornell Law Forms Partnership with Law School in India

Law Schools

Harvard Law Fellow Is New Leader of Tibetan Government in Exile

Law Schools

To Better Understand U.S. Laws, CU-Boulder Law Students Head to India

Midyear Meeting

Harvard Professor Announces Launch of Project to Study Impact of Emerging Economies on Lawyers

Business of Law

ABA President Urges India Bar to Maintain Status Quo While It Debates Foreign Law Offices

Your ABA

ABA Urges Obama Administration to Ask India to Ease Restrictions on Foreign Lawyers

Outsourcing

Thomson Reuters Acquires Indian Legal Outsourcing Co. Pangea3

Careers

From New York to New Delhi: US Lawyers Look for Work in India’s Legal Outsourcing Companies

Civil Rights

Male? Female? Neither? No Problem: Some Law Schools Offer ‘Others’ Option for Applicants

Criminal Justice

7 Surviving Union Carbide Execs Convicted in Case Over 1984 Bhopal Disaster

Opening Statements

Still Open for Business

Terrorism

Lawyer for Mumbai Terror Suspect Shot Dead

Legal History

No More ‘My Lord,’ Court in India Says

Law Practice Management

As Rio Tinto Saves Millions, Other Corps. Will Outsource, Too, Counsel Says

Terrorism

Accused Mumbai Gunman Confesses at Trial, Shocking Own Lawyer

Law Practice Management

BigLaw Firms Shudder as Rio Tinto Retains Legal Team in India