Why Are Companies Buying Cyberinsurance That Doesn’t Cover Cyberattacks?
William Barr Has Summarized a Controversial Legal Document Before. It Didn’t Go Well.
The Trump Administration Just Settled a Suit That Could Reunite 2,700 Immigrants With Their Families
Trump’s Nominees Still Won’t Say if Brown v. Board of Education Was Decided Correctly
Can Kim Kardashian Actually Become a Lawyer Without a Law Degree?
Don’t Rush to Legislate the Internet After Terrorist Attacks
How Congress Can Get Around a New Ruling That Threatens the Release of the Mueller Report
Elizabeth Warren’s Proposal to Imprison More Corporate Executives Is a Bad Idea
How Leaving Neverland Helped Me Understand the Abuse I Endured as a Child
Purdue Pharma and Sackler Family Agree to Pay $270 Million in Opioid Settlement
How a First Amendment Lawyer Became a Rabbi
Rep. Devin Nunes Sues Twitter and Individual Users, Including @DevinNunesMom, for Defamation
Cy Vance Has a Double Jeopardy Problem. It Will Delegitimize His Case Against Paul Manafort.
Connecticut Supreme Court Issues Stunning Decision Allowing Sandy Hook Families to Sue Gun Manufacturer
Kentucky Student in Viral Standoff With Native American Activist Now Sues CNN for Defamation
Adnan Syed Deserves a New Trial. It’s a Travesty That He’ll Never Get One.
The Cowardice of the Cover-Your-Ass Memo
Twenty Years Ago, I Helped Convict Two Men of Murder. I’ve Regretted It Ever Since.
Are Hate Speech Protections in the U.S. Morally Legitimate?
Kavanaugh Ignored Precedent in His Major Abortion Dissent. That’s Part of a Pattern.