* A happy 200th birthday to Cravath, which celebrates its bicentennial in 2019 (and which has launched a sharp-looking, historically rich microsite for the occasion). [Cravath/200] * According to Dayvon Love, “the policy response from mainstream political institutions and the Democratic Leadership in Maryland to the issue of gun violence and homicide in the Black …
After facing consequences for posting an offensive image online, a lawyer complains that it’s everyone’s fault but his.
The criminal charges she racked up as a result of this incident will probably get her in some trouble with the bar.
Speculation rising that Ryan Bounds will take another stab at the Ninth Circuit.
Though different in key respects from the Harvard admissions lawsuit, UC controversy is part of a larger focus on admissions treatment of Asian Americans.
Republicans refused to hold a hearing on two African-American women Obama nominated to the seat, but pushed through this open bigot.
What are the key issues in the case, and when can we expect a ruling?
Think our workplaces are enlightened places with equality for all? Think again.
Dean Chemerinsky is pulling the plug on the troubling name.
Trying to help while black can be a capital offense in America.