Legal Theory

Features

Looking back on Zubulake, 10 years later

Annual Meeting

Magna Carta should inspire lawyers to rise above partisanship, solve problems, chief justice says

U.S. Supreme Court

Chemerinsky: First impressions of this term’s SCOTUS decisions were misleading

Opening Statements

Center studying law and culture moves to NYU

Features

An interview with Judge Richard A. Posner

Supreme Court Report

Federal Circuit gets reined in over patent fees in infringement suits

Kennedy on Tech

Preparing for the ‘Internet of things’

Careers

Do you secretly believe your job isn’t necessary? Academic sees corporate law as one of the BS jobs

Judiciary

Judge Posner sarcastically applauds ‘new form of arbitration’ after Garner’s expert evaluates tiff

Cover Story

Visual law services are worth a thousand words—and big money

Features

‘Sovereign citizens’ plaster courts with bogus legal filings—and some turn to violence

National Pulse

Patent trolls are getting First Amendment protection for their demand letters

Supreme Court Report

Experts sound off once again on Justice Thomas’ silence

Environmental Law

Anti-fracking lawyer wins international prize and $175,000

National Pulse

Google Glass is already causing legal experts to see problems

Supreme Court Report

Low-tech high court to weigh police search of smartphones

Education Law

Parents of 11 students can be named as defendants in school-bullying suit, judge rules

Features

50 years after New York Times v. Sullivan, do courts still value journalists’ watchdog role?

Legal Theory

Socialized law? Cap legal spending by rich and subsidize it for poor, essay says

U.S. Supreme Court

Chemerinsky: Is it time to go high-tech on the Fourth Amendment?