Legal History

Legal History

Artist attended nearly 2,000 trials over 13 years, painting the ‘true essence’ of what he sees

Legal Ethics

Heavy traffic? Out of town? Alleged inconsistent excuses add to lawyer’s troubles

Legal History

Student winners of ABA’s Magna Carta video competition are named

Legal History

Winston Churchill wanted to give rare Magna Carta manuscript to US, documents show

Criminal Justice

Manslaughter case video shows actor Wyatt Russell running for life as train hurtles toward movie set

Criminal Justice

Pardon convicted paleontologist who found famous dinosaur fossil Sue, Senate committee urges

Precedents

March 9, 1953: A state secrets doctrine is born

Criminal Justice

US offers $3M bounty for alleged Russian hacker, a record reward for a cybersecurity case

Criminal Justice

Convicted in wife slaying, profiled in book and TV miniseries, Robert Marshall dies in prison

Legal History

Another Magna Carta is found

Legal History

Sarah Weddington on being a young, female lawyer in a watershed SCOTUS case that reverberates today

Trials & Litigation

Court says Aaron Hernandez defense team must remove new items from his home before jury tour

Cover Story

How Dewey management’s rosy picture masked an ugly truth

President's Message

Early involvement, education are keys to keeping kids on track for productive lives

Opening Statements

New project rewrites SCOTUS opinions from a feminist perspective

Your ABA

ABA to hold first midyear meeting in Houston since 1981

Precedents

Feb. 20, 1967: Muhammad Ali’s appeal rejected by draft board

Real Estate & Property Law

Judge says funeral home couldn’t sell Lee Harvey Oswald casket, awards brother $87K plus coffin

Constitutional Law

Lawyer seeks reversal of rare voting conviction he shares with suffragist Susan B. Anthony

Legal History

Site of Jesus’ trial by Pontius Pilate may have been unearthed in Jerusalem