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Constitutional Law

Does executive privilege still protect Trump after his term ends? Fight brews over congressional subpoenas

Trials & Litigation

Missing apostrophe in Facebook post leads to defamation suit

Labor & Employment Law

Following a 12% pay cut, UMass law professor challenges collective bargaining law for university staff

Ethics

Lawyer accused of feeding answers to his client in Zoom deposition faces possible sanction

Mind Your Business

Top 5 most important judicial analytics metrics

Ethics

Transgender lawyer sues for declaration that bias based on gender identity violates attorney ethics rules

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer sues Amazon for false imprisonment after delivery van blocks his car

Constitutional Law

After appeals court revives Texas abortion law, docs could be liable for abortions performed in prior 2 days

Lawyer Wellness

20% of surveyed corporate lawyers were highly exhausted, and most in that group wanted to switch jobs

Trials & Litigation

CEO of Alliance Defending Freedom had circulated proposed suit seeking to overturn election

News Roundup

Weekly Briefs: BigLaw firm promotes 151 to partner; legal industry adds 4,300 jobs; big gifts to law schools

Prosecutors

DA can’t be sued for alleged conspiracy to protect rapist, 5th Circuit says; did Kozinski brief change a vote?

Attorney General

Justice Department lawyers threatened mass resignations if Trump appointed loyalist to pursue election claims

Religious Law

6th Circuit rules for student athletes denied religious exemption from vaccine mandate

Law Schools

Montana law school dean resigns after complaints about the oversight of Title IX allegations

Prosecutors

New Orleans DA agrees to oversight to settle suit over fake subpoenas and witness intimidation

Education Law

Changes announced for public service loan forgiveness; ABA urges government to do more

Ethics

Judge reprimands Littler Mendelson for ‘baseless legal and factual statements’ in disability bias case

Law in Popular Culture

New PBS documentary examines Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s legacy

Advancing Racial Equality & Social Justice

Are government bans on the teaching of critical race theory unconstitutional?

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