Europe’s highest court told Poland to reinstate more than two dozen judges ousted by the ruling party, escalating a clash between Warsaw and the European Union.
The conservative legal movement has long cultivated law students and young lawyers, partly to ensure a deep bench of potential judicial nominees
Sean Wilentz’s “No Property in Man” argues that despite some expedient compromises, the Constitution’s writers were careful to plant the seeds of abolition.
Last week, senators agreed to confirm one last slate of President Trump’s nominees, then recess for the midterm campaign. But on Wednesday, Republicans recommenced the judicial rush.
Mr. Like, an environmental lawyer, waged a long and ultimately successful fight against the Shoreham nuclear generator on Long Island.
It’s time to end the longest stretch in American history without a new state.
Theodore Frank, a critic of class action settlements, will argue his own case. On the whole, people representing themselves in the Supreme Court have done rather well.
A lawyer on Long Island showed “flagrant disrespect for the judiciary,” a state appeals court said. He was given a three-month suspension.
Keith H. Wofford, who is vying to become one of the most powerful law enforcement officials in the country, is largely unknown.
Republicans exacted a steep price for an arrangement that will let vulnerable senators, mostly Democrats, leave town: expedited approval of 15 judicial nominees.
The Kavanaugh controversy is a reminder of why the country’s founders wanted a less powerful institution.
The justices commuted the sentences of all 8 men on death row, saying capital punishment had been ‘imposed in an arbitrary and racially biased manner.’
Conservatives say they know how liberals feel about the court.
Michael Beschloss’s “Presidents of War” looks at the pressures on chief executives when they make the ultimate decision to risk American lives.
Plus, should Democrats run on the #MeToo movement?
Labaton Sucharow, which has achieved large settlements in cases against Petrobras, Facebook and others, paid a finder’s fee worth millions to a lawyer who did little legal work.
Eviction is a nationwide epidemic, and people faced with losing everything need representation.
The two men traveled to Florida together on Air Force One on Monday morning, a week and a half after a face-to-face meeting at the White House was scheduled and then postponed.
What’s at stake is much more than a single Supreme Court seat.
The bar association on three occasions gave Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh its highest rating. In 2006, though, after scores of interviews, it had doubts.
Given his blatant partisanship and personal animosity toward liberals, how could he be an effective member of the Supreme Court?
A lack of blockbuster cases offers the justices a chance to bridge ideological divides that have flared in the confirmation process of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh.
Inmates on Tennessee’s death row favor a firing squad over a torturous, deadly injection.
At a Brooklyn Democratic county committee meeting, progressives tried to exert muscle, but 500 proxy votes ensured wins for the county boss.
A case brought by Democrats in Congress could give them access to a wide array of financial documents from the president and the Trump Organization.
The bureau, in a relatively limited inquiry, will rely on witnesses to voluntarily answer questions or hand over documents.
The deputy attorney general agreed to meet with House Republicans to address the revelations that he suggested secretly recording President Trump and possibly removing him from office.
The statements came after Christine Blasey Ford testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee that Judge Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in the 1980s.
As the country’s politics have veered to the right and become increasingly divisive, the justices have often acted as a progressive counterweight.
The president said he does not want to fire the deputy attorney general, who is said to have discussed secretly recording him to expose the chaos in the administration.
We shouldn’t allow the questions raised about the nominee in his first hearing to be submerged by the onrushing tide of scandal.
In the eight days between the firing of James Comey and the appointment of Robert Mueller, the deputy attorney general faced a crisis.
In a radio interview with Geraldo Rivera to be broadcast Monday, the president cast doubt on the sexual assault allegation against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh.
The deputy attorney general’s reported discussion last year of a mechanism to remove the president showed just how fractured the team around President Trump is.