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Legal History

Artificial intelligence used to replicate Brown v. Board of Education oral arguments

Your Voice

A BigLaw suicide survivor’s prescription for the legal profession’s mental health crisis


Clinical law prof who worked for social justice killed in triple murder

LGBTQ Legal Issues

Employer health plan’s exclusion for gender-affirming care violates Title VII, 11th Circuit rules

Law Students

‘If you want to activate your brain, try going to law school,’ says retiree who graduated with son

Bar Exam

Viral video shows former Rikers Island inmate as she learns she passed bar exam on first try

Law Schools

University is ‘incubator of bigotry,’ say 13 federal judges boycotting its grads


Family members struggle to help University of Chicago law grad who became homeless

Constitutional Law

Kindergarten boy may pursue sex-bias claim after expulsion for wearing earrings, 10th Circuit says

Bar Associations

ABA should consider impact of rape-disclosure questions on bar applications, 3 senators tell association


How to rid house of leavened products during Passover? Mormon law prof has contracts for that

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court won’t hear lawyer’s challenge to anti-bias ethics rule

Law Professors

Law dean Chemerinsky condemns ‘blatant antisemitism’ of caricature, confronts ‘rude’ protester with law prof wife

The Modern Law Library

Users Keepers: Pirates, zombies and adverse possession

Bar Associations

Wisconsin bar redefines ‘diversity’ to settle challenge to clerkship program; both sides claim success

U.S. Supreme Court

Should Justice Sotomayor retire? Chemerinsky, White House haven’t joined calls for her to step down

Artificial Intelligence & Robotics

Artificial intelligence could make originalist analysis easier, federal appeals judge says

Your Voice

Carnegie and Me: Refuting the culture war on American libraries


Lawyer’s actions in discipline matter lead to worse penalty

10 Questions

This Los Angeles lawyer found her calling as a death doula

Members Who Inspire

Labor attorney uses art and law to draw attention to workers’ rights

ABA Midyear Meeting

Academic freedom standards are now part of ABA’s accreditation process for law schools

Law Schools

George Mason University’s law school remains ABA-accredited after financial showing

Law Schools

Which law schools will top the US News rankings? Here are three predictions

Bar Exam

This state is creating a way to skip the bar exam and making it easier to pass for those who take it

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