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ABA asylum project attorney describes representing separated families at the border


Judicial board seeks to remove Illinois judge who won’t step down after conviction

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How do you deal with difficult clients?

Immigration Law

Trump signs an executive order to end family separations; ABA applauds ‘first step’

Trials & Litigation

Judge tosses suits over background check of Dylann Roof, calls FBI explanation ‘nonsense’


Judge’s order says Alabama court ‘literally had to beg for money’ to pay staff

Law Firms

Michael Cohen has reportedly hired a former federal prosecutor to represent him

The Modern Law Library

Scottoline, Tobisman and Turow discuss their 2018 Harper Lee Prize-nominated novels (podcast)

Lawyer Pay

Reed Smith confirms it won’t raise associate salaries

Law Firms

Suit says Jones Day’s ‘black box’ compensation system hides pay bias

Law In Popular Culture

How could someone confess to a crime they didn’t commit? Watch ‘The Confession Tapes’ and see

legal technology

Focus on client outcomes, says new report on legal aid data

Trials & Litigation

Milwaukee Bucks player sues over stun-gun arrest after parking violation, cites cop’s Facebook posts

Immigration Law

Immigrants illegally entering the country experience ‘rapid-fire justice’ in federal courts

Immigration Law

Want to stop separation of immigrant families? ABA plans grassroots effort, while new group forms

Immigration Law

Is it true? Denying family separation policy is ‘Orwellian stuff,’ newspaper’s fact check says

Election Law

Judge strikes down Kansas voter ID law and orders Kris Kobach to take additional CLE

Legal Ethics

Lawyer is suspended after using ex-client’s information in complaint about ‘angry feminist cabal’

Criminal Justice

As position cuts hit federal prisons, teachers and nurses are tapped to act as guards

U.S. Supreme Court

Can iPhone users sue Apple for charges to app developers? Supreme Court to decide

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