Five lawyers discuss how they deal with their student debt
As nonprofits face increased regulation, organizations could use lawyers versed in the practice.
Latham & Watkins releases its newest edition of the Book of Jargon.
The AIDS Legal Service Project is seeking volunteers.
The Department of Homeland Security ranks the groups presenting the greatest threat to domestic safety.
Concise arguments may be made using the (oft-ignored) parenthetical.
California's federal courts are among the leaders in developing new guidelines.
Practical advice for complying with the Americans with Disabilities act.
A conversation with John Henry Browne, the Seattle lawyer who defended serial killer Ted Bundy.
A family law attorney recalls his personal experience with pet-custody arrangements.
State law contains crucial privacy protections that prohibit wiretapping and eavesdropping on certain conversations.
Lawyers who have tried virtual practice discuss how it worked out and the tools they used.