Global Warning: International Human Rights Cases Under Fire
In the 1980s, judge-made law turned the 200-year-old Alien Tort Statute into a weapon for human rights lawyers. Now judge-made law by the U.S. Supreme Court may return it to obscurity.
Stanley Mosk's Death Penalty Dilemma
When it came to death penalty cases, Stanley Mosk bowed to the will of the electorate. But the state Supreme Court justice did so with a heavy heart.
Winds of Change for Environmental Lawyers?
A Romney administration could keep environmental transaction lawyers busy in California.