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Indian tribes are retaking jurisdiction over domestic violence on their own land
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When making things free means gaining more interest
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2014 was a year of gains for law firms
Making legal services a subscription product can make sense
Report from Governmental Affairs
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April 11, 1961: Adolf Eichmann on trial
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This D.C. lawyer coordinated a massive pro bono effort on behalf of Holocaust victims
Chicago Cubs face a variety of lawsuits over Wrigley Field
California lawyer's unusual YouTube video leads to awe, ire and clicks
Data from wearable devices is being eyed as evidence in the courtroom
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SCOTUS to review a handful of cases on the rights of same-sex couples
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ABA House takes on domestic violence, executions at Midyear Meeting
ABA opposes controversial 'stand your ground' laws
Leadership slate shows diversity in action at ABA Midyear
Pact with ABA aims to bolster rule of law in Sri Lanka
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Human rights 'storm' may hit oil, mining industries
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