NLJ op-ed writers confronted a range of issues this year, including law students’ push to delay exams amid protests against police use of force; U.S. Supreme Court secrecy; surveillance; public access to information about drones; the death penalty; compensation for law firm leaders; and affirmative action.

Here’s a look at some of the most read op-eds The NLJ published in 2014.

Delaying Exams Is Not a Request from ‘Coddled Millennials’

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