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DOJ's unpaid special assistant U.S. attorney program is demeaning for young law graduates.
The commission should not wait for legislation or an adverse court decision but should act now to improve the Section 337 enforcement system.
Reading the U.S. Supreme Court's 5-4 decision of June 3 in Maryland v. King, which upheld the right of the state to take a DNA swab from a person who was arrested, but not convicted, and use it to tie him to an unsolved rape, left me with two minds.
As the Supreme Court justices deliberate on the Fisher case, they might consider the critical ways in which Justice Thomas offers an example of affirmative action working in the right way.
We must protect reporters in the name of holding the government accountable to the people.
A broad look at the interplay of ethics rules and the ever-worsening crisis in access to justice reveals that the current framework of ethics guidance for lawyers and judges often impinges upon important and innovative approaches to access to justice.
It is time for a long-overdue dialogue on how to construct a law that is relevant to today's workplace while having a mechanism for stability and predictability in its interpretation and enforcement.
Vague talk about 'protecting whistleblowers' obscures the fact that some leaks are criminal.
As we move down the road to ever more intrusive technology, we should bear in mind that it is not always tolerable to be always on camera.
Students would save three years of tuition if they could enter law school after their freshman year.
Law enforcement personnel initiated or cooperated in a record high number of them in 2012.