The Supreme Court recently heard arguments in an area of law that continues to bustle with innovation and action.
What are the requirements for employers that use criminal-history information in making employment decisions?
Some states are asking legally married same-sex couples to file as singles on state tax returns.
By Simona Grossi and Allan Ides
The Supreme Court should adopt an approach to inferences that recognizes the primary role of district courts in deciding which inferences may be sufficient to support a claim.
By Atteeyah Hollie
A recent suit reminds us that the constitutional guarantee of effective legal representation remains illusory for many who cannot afford a lawyer.
By Morgen Morrissette
An unprecedented cooperative effort to address the problem of corporate-sponsored human trafficking that often evades prosecution.
Nancy Marcus highlights three recent developments regarding transgender rights that may impact employment discrimination cases across the country. (10:10 and 11:08 min)
Listen as Haley Gorenberg outlines upcoming challenges for same-sex couples in the Supreme Court. (05:58 min)
Learn how to get your case into the court of appeals before final judgment as the multiple categories of appellate jurisdiction are explained.
A panel of experts sheds light on issues of public safety, individual rights, mental health, and other issues raised by gun violence. (1:01:58)
The 2012 electorate is abuzz with concern over sweeping voting laws in several states that have real potential to affect the outcome of the presidential election. (47:03)
Learn more about the latest developments on the civil right to counsel movement and how you can get involved. Watch now.
The Civil Rights Litigation Committee is seeking authors and editors for its website. The Committee is also seeking members to serve as subcommittee chairs. Anyone interested in contributing or heading up one of our subcommittees should contact D. Grayson Yeargin.