Judiciary

Law Schools

GMU law school’s name change to honor Scalia should be delayed, says faculty senate

Criminal Justice

Angry over drug sentence, inmate filed false $5.8M debt claim against federal judge, feds say

Trials & Litigation

Federal judge who drank Flint water steps aside in case over replacing city’s lead water pipes

Trials & Litigation

Man gets new trial because his defense lawyer met privately with judge

Legislation & Lobbying

Arizona lawmakers approve addition of 2 state supreme court justices, while some question motives

Law Schools

Scalia name change for George Mason law school shows viewpoint diversity, says university president

10 Questions

10 Questions: Groundbreaking transgender judge happily passes the torch in post-Caitlyn age

Supreme Court Report

Senate hold on Merrick Garland nomination is unprecedented, almost

Report from Governmental Affairs

SCOTUS nominees get thorough review by ABA Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary

Judiciary

Patricia Timmons-Goodson nominated for long-vacant seat on federal court bench

Constitutional Law

Lawyers, judges and bar groups celebrate Law Day 2016 around the country

Judiciary

Texas judge won’t bend to DA’s jeans-days policy

Law Schools

Faculty senate at George Mason expresses ‘deep concern’ about renaming law school for Scalia

Trials & Litigation

Judge says she didn’t know Muslim woman’s scarf was a religious statement, not a fashion statement

Trials & Litigation

Baltimore judge holds election hearing on sidewalk and in parking garage, due to courthouse fire

Legislation & Lobbying

Despite 2014 law, those who can’t pay court fines are still jailed: So Colorado lawmaker tries again

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court considers federal judge’s authority to recall jury shortly after discharge

Judiciary

Convicted pimp who alleged racial bias by federal judge deserves hearing on claim, 11th Circuit says

Court Security

Court officers who got parking discount by paying at juror rate must pay up

Internet Law

California bill would allow judges to fine jurors for online misdeeds