March 14, 2012
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The president's attorney, William Consovoy, is taking the new tax disclosure law to court before Democrats or committee chairpersons can invoke it.
A statewide grand jury investigating conduct from public officials surrounding the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting has filed its first interim report.
The former Women's National Basketball Association player took a break from working out but is back at it in a big way.
Stuart Gerson, Neal Katyal, James Comey and many others are writing about the things they want Mueller to be asked—and answered—at Wednesday's hearings. Here's a snapshot.
Hundreds of University of Pennsylvania students and alumni called for the law professor to be removed from teaching following her remarks on immigration at a national conference for conservatives.
The new law will take effect in two months, after which victims will also be able to seek a court-ordered injunction to have their images removed from a website.
This week's Ahead of the Curve looks at open casebooks and whether they are on track to replace traditional textbooks. And former Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morganthau was known for taking on mob bosses and crooked Wall Street titans, but did you also know he brought down a former Harvard Law School dean?