ABA Journal

Terrorism

1488 ABA Journal Terrorism articles.

Don’t Call It War

Speakers Question Whether U.S. Policies on Terrorism Are Hurting Justice Principles

Changing With The Times

Robert Grey Adapted His ABA Presidential Themes to Breaking Events

Two Sides to the Story

ABA Committee Sponsors Effort to Sort Out Issues Over Patriot Act Reauthorization

Out From the Stacks

Librarians Lead Legal Battles Over the Patriot Act, Copyright, Tech Issues

Keeping It Safe

Measures Are Being Taken to Curb Violence Against Judges and Lawyers. But Will They Be Enough?

Access Denied

Security Clearance Backlog Can Result in More Work, More Challenges for Lawyers

ABA Successes in Congress

Association to Continue Push in 2005 for Increased Judicial Salaries, LSC Funding

Executive Decisions

Not Since Nixon Has the High Court Offered so Many Rulings on Presidential Power

Girl, Interrupted

Vacation Vaporizes as Year-Old Marshmallow Mistake Creates Sticky Situation for Traveler

Keeping Up With The Times

New Conduct Code May Require Judges to Report Impaired Colleagues, Lawyers

Executive Decisions

Supreme Court Considers Presidential Power’s Limits in War on Terrorism