International Law

Niche Practice

Sea Shepherd law firm won’t make waves like the protest group

Internet Law

Dutch court to Facebook: Turn over info about sex video or give outside expert access to servers


Obama: New policy lets US talk with hostage-takers; families won’t be prosecuted for paying ransom

American Bar Association

ABA president seeks new US review of alleged CIA mistreatment of detainees

Health Law

Appeals court rebukes judge for breastfeeding ban on mom who got a tattoo, overturns order

Constitutional Law

US Senate votes to strengthen torture ban, adopts measures to help set parameters

ABA London Sessions

Magna Carta’s 800th birthday brings vows of rededication to its ideals

ABA London Sessions

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ABA London Sessions

Human rights lawyer: Magna Carta’s inspiration has been subverted by powers that be

ABA London Sessions

What can US and UK lawyers learn from each other about best practices?

ABA London Sessions

UK and US legal systems both sprung from the Magna Carta, but many jurisdictional differences exist

ABA London Sessions

How different would our world be today had the Magna Carta never been sealed?

ABA London Sessions

International laws complicate the hunt for data evidence

ABA London Sessions

ABA’s Magna Carta anniversary celebrations kick off in London

Criminal Justice

Police: Man on stolen bulldozer smashed occupied house to smithereens, violating a protective order

Banking Law

UK court says ex-Dewey leader must repay $540K capital loan; he hopes US court will cancel it

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS backs presidential power to recognize foreign sovereign in ‘Jerusalem, Israel’ passport case

International Law

8 of 10 men accused in shooting of teen Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai are acquitted


Hackers may have accessed records of 4 million federal workers; was China responsible?

Religious Law

US-born Israeli soldier won’t be jailed for eating non-kosher sandwich