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U.S. Supreme Court

Breyer feared waiting to retire from Supreme Court could result in nominee gridlock

Asked and Answered

Employment outcomes were great for 2021 law school graduates; is that a sign of caution?

Criminal Justice

Jury finds millionaire litigant guilty in lawyer’s murder

News Roundup

Weekly Briefs: Bias suit against Trump lawyer resolved; Montana no longer defies court order over birth certificates


Feds drop charges against judge accused of helping immigrant evade ICE custody

Trials & Litigation

After Trump makes claims about planted and declassified documents, special master seeks specifics

Lawyer Wellness

Lawyers still report burnout, but it’s not as bad as the final months of 2021


Town justice who brandished gun at defendant should be ousted, judicial conduct commission says

Legal Education

Former law school dean sues Texas university over loss of tenure


Overcoming ‘arbitrary application of licensing rules,’ lawyer wins bar admission in Tennessee

U.S. Supreme Court

Wife of Justice Thomas will give interview to Jan. 6 committee, her lawyer says

Trials & Litigation

Classified documents seized from Trump can be used now in criminal investigation, 11th Circuit rules

Religious Law

Strip search by transgender guard violated inmate’s religious rights, 7th Circuit says

Access to Justice

California bill signed into law restricts state bar sandbox proposals

Trials & Litigation

Trump inflated net worth by billions to get favorable loans, obtaining $250M in benefits, NY attorney general says

Criminal Justice

In-house lawyer will be eligible for parole at 81 after conviction for fatal car collision

Immigration Law

Suit filed on behalf of migrants flown to Martha’s Vineyard alleges these constitutional, legal violations

Law Firms

Fish & Richardson cuts litigation secretary positions; consultant warns of ‘dying profession’

The Modern Law Library

Nina Totenberg’s early life, NPR legacy and friendship with the Notorious RBG

Law Firms

Ropes & Gray sets ‘anchor days’ for in-office work as many BigLaw firms skirt issue

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