National Law Journal

  1. RSVP Now! SCOTUS Clerks and Diversity: A Conversation With Tony Mauro and Neal Katyal
    Tune in today! Join National Law Journal Supreme Court correspondent Tony Mauro and former Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal for a conference call at 3 ET to discuss new demographic research on Supreme Court law clerks. The call is free. Register now and be part of the conversation.
  2. No Waiting for This: Here Come the 'Net Neutrality' Lawsuits
    "We are 5-0 against the Trump administration because they often fail to follow the law when taking executive action," the Washington state attorney general said in a statement that vowed swift legal action.
  3. US Justice Department Will Back Joe Arpaio in Appeal to Erase Contempt Verdict
    "The government has entered an appearance in this case and intends to represent the government's interests in this appeal," the U.S. Department of Justice said in a statement Wednesday to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
  4. In Alabama Senate Race, Big Law Backed a Winner
    Doug Jones, a name partner at Birmingham's Jones & Hawley and a former partner at Haskell Slaughter and Whatley Drake, stunned Republican candidate Roy Moore in a special U.S. Senate election in Alabama.
  5. Troubled Law School Loses Restraining Order Bid Against ABA Over Admissions Practices
    WMU-Cooley Law School claims that the ABA's accrediting body unlawfully posted a letter on its website stating that the law school was out of compliance.






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