In the 1990s, Pierre-Richard Prosper made history in Rwanda by winning the world’s first conviction in a genocide trial. Now, he’s making something of a specialty out of rescuing Americans in Iran.
Crazy Copyright Cases
Creative people are an odd lot, especially when they wind up in court.
Who's Teaching Whom?
When UC Berkeley administrators refused to let lawyers speak for student protesters who faced the threat of disciplinary action, it set the stage for a contest with some of the university’s law students.