How a Simple Copy/Paste Revealed Explosive New Detail in Manafort’s Case
Redacted court documents keep getting unredacted because of simple, relatively easy to avoid errors. Here’s how to better redact PDFs.
New App Lets You 'Sue Anyone By Pressing a Button'
DoNotPay is a free app that is designed to help normal people fight big corporations in small claims court.
This Heavy Metal Singer Became a Lawyer Fighting Sexism in Music
Hellion's Ann Boleyn has had a career in metal that's taken her from working with Dio to getting a law degree. Now she wants to help shape the next generation.
Meet the Lawyer Trying to Make Big Oil Pay for Climate Change
The attorney who won a $200 billion settlement from tobacco companies in the 90s has set his sights on an even bigger target.
I Took the LSAT with Zero Preparation
Some test-takers study for months, prepping so extensively it becomes a full-time job. I went in cold.
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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.
How These Pro Bono Lawyers Are Fighting Louisiana's Broken Court System
The Justice and Accountability Center of Louisiana's mission is to stop recidivism by working for ex-offenders in legal trouble.
'Yoda Is Truly Terrifying'
VICE.com's most memorable lines from the week of July 10, presented with zero context.
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The Government's Chief Ethics Guy Keeping Tabs on Trump Just Quit
Walter Shaub Jr., director of the Office of Government Ethics, says "the current situation has made it clear that the ethics program needs to be stronger than it is."
Finally, Mentally Ill Immigrants Are Getting Access to Lawyers
A new federal program is actually providing legal aid to some people in detention under Donald Trump.
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This Company Wants to Give You a Divorce on the Blockchain
StonePaper lets users complete legal matters over the blockchain, instead of hiring a lawyer.
What Being a Defense Lawyer Taught Me About the War on Drugs
An excerpt from 'Locking Up Our Own,' a powerful book by a former defense lawyer on the realities of the war on crime and how African Americans have helped in its escalation.
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