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A leading American trial lawyer discusses the course of his career and what makes for a good judge.
An examination of what the government can and can't do when simultaneously pursuing civil and criminal cases against the same defendant.
Are we trying to export our values using criminal laws and regulations?
The authors argue that all documents produced in civil discovery should be presumptively confidential.
A judge offers a critique of the views in "Mending the Wall."
Opinions vary on when a witness at the top of an organizational structure should be required to be deposed.
Some third-year law students get an eye-opening look at their future career by appearing in court before a judge on behalf of a real client.
As a law student, the author learned crucial lessons when representing her first client.
A law school turns its third year into a guided apprenticeship and sees big rewards.
An experienced lawyer distills 30 years into 10 tips.
A federal appellate judge shares her life story and views.
At least once a week we are reminded that law firms' cybersecurity is at risk.
Corporations have begun to consolidate the roles of GC and CCO, creating myriad compliance and litigation risks.
The Constitution is not a mere code of laws; it needs special care and consideration whenever one goes to construe it.
You can learn to ask piercing questions, but it is harder to know when to stop, sit down, and shut up.
We explore the ethics around these guarantees of payment from a law firm to a doctor.