Judge Says Trump’s Statements Did Not Prejudice Case Against Bergdahl
While on the campaign trail, President Trump had referred to the Army sergeant awaiting court-martial as a ‘dirty rotten traitor’ who should be executed.
Lynne F. Stewart, Lawyer for ‘Blind Sheikh’ Omar Abdel Rahman, Has No Regrets
When Omar Abdel Rahman, convicted in 1995 for plotting to blow up New York City landmarks, died in prison last Saturday, Lynne F. Stewart, the lawyer who defended him, continued to call him a hero.
Democracy in America: How Is It Doing?
A new research project will periodically survey political scientists on crucial measures of a functioning democracy, looking for change over time.
New York’s Top Judge Picks Bronx as Site to Detail Courts’ Flaws and Gains
Breaking with tradition, Chief Judge Janet DiFiore gave her first speech on the state of the judiciary in a courthouse where, she said, it was clear “how everyone suffers when justice is delayed.”
The Big ‘Brexit’ Winners? Lobbyists and Lawyers
Advisers from both the Leave and Remain camps are lining up to guide business and the government on its exit from the European Union.
Standing Up for What I Need
Even as a lawyer in court, demanding accommodation for my disability can be daunting.
Norton Rose and Chadbourne to Combine in Latest Merger of Large Law Firms
Norton Rose Fulbright and Chadbourne & Parke said they would form a new firm with more than 4,000 lawyers and an expected annual revenue near $2 billion.
Gorsuch, Like Previous Supreme Court Nominees, Keeps Views Hidden
President Trump’s nominee continues the longtime practice of reticence over candor in preparing for confirmation battle, to the frustration of Democrats.
Judges v. Trump: Be Careful What You Wish For
Can the courts face down President Trump without undermining their own standing?
No More Rules of the Game
In the Trump administration, even the disruptions are being disrupted.