Reform-minded LA district attorney survives second recall attempt


Weekly Briefs: Legal sector gains 34,700 jobs in a year; judge unseals Trump search warrant


Abortion-rights lawyer who argued SCOTUS abortion decision is nominated to federal appeals court


Weekly Briefs: Go-between sentenced in law prof’s murder; $4.25B opioid settlement announced


Mistrial declared in estate-planning malpractice suit against Nelson Mullins after jurors can’t agree


Weekly Briefs: Bannon convicted for contempt of Congress; suit targets Skittles ingredient


Harvard Law grad loses suit claiming lack of bar exam accommodations nixed her BigLaw career


Weil takes a different tack by funding ‘Zero L’ public service


Weekly Briefs: Transgender students would be covered by Title IX; lawyer’s contempt conviction upheld


Top 20 law school joins handful of others offering undergraduate degree in law


Stormy Daniels’ former lawyer pleads guilty to allegations he stole from other clients


Sotomayor praises Thomas as ‘a man who cares deeply about the court as an institution’


Minnesota lifer will attend online law school accredited by the ABA after variance granted


Weekly Briefs: Fish definition includes bees, court says; judge decries ‘fair-weather originalism’


Stroock is in a ‘precarious position’ after loss of bankruptcy group; is a merger needed?


Weekly Briefs: Michael Avenatti sentenced in money theft of Stormy Daniels; Reagan shooter released without restrictions


Law firms hire experts from other disciplines to advise clients on risk and compliance


After a not-so-great elementary school experience, teen law school grad wants career in education policy


Weekly Briefs: SCOTUS approval rating plummets; Trumps lose deposition appeal


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Justice Thomas’ wife urged Arizona lawmakers to choose ‘clean slate of electors’ after Trump’s loss


Weekly Briefs: Judge lifts Trump sanction, for now; $997M settlement offered in condo collapse


Texas state prosecutor faces ethics complaint over election suit; AG Paxton says he’s next


Panel attorneys who represent children, indigent adults in New York courts flee low pay


Former paralegal in federal prosecution office is convicted for outing witnesses