Legal experts aren’t convinced the Covington Catholic teen has a case against the Washington Post
Proving "actual malice" is hard.
The Supreme Court just created a legal mess for detained immigrants
Immigration lawyers across the country are scrambling to find out what will happen to their clients.
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Bill Cosby Is Heading Back to Court in April
Cosby's retrial finally has a court date after being postponed for his new legal team, led by Michael Jackson's former defense attorney Tom Mesereau.
Women Lawyers Are Being Driven to Drink
The highly competitive field is a breeding ground for addiction problems.
Britni De La Cretaz
When Your Lawyer Abandons You on Death Row
Another terrifying way the legal system screws the poor.
Border protection agents are still trying to deport people at LAX, attorneys say
We Asked an Ethics Lawyer About Defense Attorneys Who Break the Rules
We talked to New York ethics attorney Nicole Hyland about why she started a blog dissecting the conduct of everyone's favorite fictional defense lawyer.
Our Right to an Attorney Is in Jeopardy
Many public defenders in the United States only have minutes to prepare for a case that might result in years in prison for the accused, as well as the loss of benefits, employment, or custody of their children.
Hey, Young Person—in Case You Plan on Dying, Here's How to Write a Will
You're definitely going to die, so why not legally leave all your stuff to your dog or girlfriend? Here's a handy guide to how to provide for your loved ones after you shuffle off this mortal coil.