1049 ABA Journal Legal History articles.
Chinese human rights lawyer is released from prison
Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang has been released from prison after nearly five years in custody, according to his wife, Li…
Apr 6, 2020 4:24 PM CDT
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Mar 19, 2020 10:47 AM CDT
When the U.S. Supreme Court announced this week that its March sitting of oral arguments would be postponed “in keeping with public health precautions recommended in response to COVID-19,” the statement included some historical references for support—going back as far as 227 years ago.
Mar 19, 2020 9:10 AM CDT
Mar 11, 2020 9:32 AM CDT
Televangelist told to stop peddling COVID-19 elixir
Two state attorneys general and two federal agencies are trying to stop televangelist Jim Bakker from peddling a supplement called Silver Solution as…
Mar 10, 2020 4:35 PM CDT
Some of Justice Scalia’s papers are now publicly available
The legal and academic papers of the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia are now available for public viewing, at…
Feb 13, 2020 3:27 PM CST
Feb 7, 2020 9:30 AM CST
A book by a University of Baltimore law prof tells the story of historical efforts of voter suppression and the modern-day dangers that face voters now. In this new episode of the Modern Law Library, Gilda R. Daniels talks to Lee Rawles.
Feb 5, 2020 9:30 AM CST
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Jan 9, 2020 6:00 AM CST
From famous celebrity prenups to groundbreaking black lawyers to First Amendment milestones, the ABA Journal presents our favorite slideshow galleries from this year. Which gallery was your favorite?
Dec 23, 2019 9:50 AM CST
“Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?”
Although the Latin used by Juvenal in his ancient Roman Satires literally translates to “Who will guard the guards themselves?” comic book author Alan Moore transported…
Dec 19, 2019 3:25 PM CST
Dec 3, 2019 1:20 PM CST
On a personal level, it was difficult to travel to a country responsible for the atrocities of the Holocaust and face ghosts of the past. But it was also heartening to see how Germany has reckoned with its shameful history. And there is much we can learn from that, writes Miriam Aroni Krinsky, who spent 15 years as a federal prosecutor and is the executive director of Fair and Just Prosecution.
Nov 1, 2019 3:00 AM CDT