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The Trial of "Edward Snowman"

A panel of experts imagines what might have happened if a certain NSA contractor didn't flee the country: Joseph P. Russoniello; Charlie Savage; Abbe D. Lowell; Michael Hayden, David D. Cole; and Nancy Gertner

Richard Goldstone

The politics of global justice and the future of the International Criminal Court.

Rutuparna Mohanty

A conversation with Rutuparna Mohanty, who fights for the rights of exploited women in India.

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Q&A: How do you share child care responsibilities with a partner who also works full time?

Five attorneys discuss the daily balance of work and family.

Q&A: Who or what inspired you to become a lawyer?

Five attorneys discuss their early career influences.

Technologies on the Horizon

Emerging security, password, and research technologies offer new help for lawyers.

Reel Law
Legal Moments at the Movie House

Think Before You Blog

Lawyers must consider of issues of ethics and plagiarism when they update their websites.

The Elevator Pitch

To attract new clients, small-firm lawyers should have an "elevator pitch" ready.

Poaching Metatags and Keywords

Is it legal to use an e-commerce competitor's trademarks as keywords and metatags to redirect website traffic?

The Trial of "Edward Snowman"

Imagine what would happen if an NSA contractor who exposed a massive, secretly run, government surveillance program didn't flee the country to avoid prosecution?

A Laughing Matter

An attorney opts out of practicing law for a more mirthful career as a humor consultant.

Plea Bargaining Demystified

Plea bargaining, a vitally important part of the administration of justice, is a complex process with many nuances.

Litigants Prefer All Hands at the Negotiating Table

Litigants in a recent survey liked the idea of attorneys negotiating in their presence.

Changing Jobs in Midstream

Lawyers discuss how they successfully switched jobs in midcareer.

Survey: Law Is Tops In Workplace Equality

The legal profession ranked highest in the 2014 Corporate Equality Index.

Pro Bono on the Go

Pro bono opportunities this month for even the busiest Southern California lawyers.

Hindsight: 6 Years Ago

A look at a California Supreme Court Case from six years ago.

Verbatim

Manson

Author Jeff Guinn takes an unexpected look at the life of Charles Manson

Humboldt

Journalist Emily Brady explores the impact of marijuana’s legalization in Humboldt County