While the EEOC's recent ruling came out of a case involving a federal employee, its rationale would seemingly extend to employees of private companies as well.
Religious objection battles over compliance with the Supreme Court decision are not likely to be confined to Texas.
What do police officers need to take into consideration?
By Eric S. Janus and Jon Brandt
The key constitutional question is whether SOCC laws are legitimate civil commitment or merely punishment masquerading as civil commitment.
By O. Andrew F. Wilson
Alabama Legislative Black Caucus v. Alabama provides the high court's latest statement on racial gerrymandering and offers new insight into the role of equal-population objectives in redistricting analysis.
By Cleveland M. Patterson III
A few pointers for young attorneys on how to represent indigent defendants where there is no local public defender's office.
Over the last decade, Ohio has had several large cases regarding voting rights. Professor Dan Tokaji outlines the key points of each case. (20:29 min)
Grayson Yeargin explains the new and unfamiliar situations the convicted party may face. (17:13 min)
Nancy Marcus highlights three recent developments regarding transgender rights that may impact employment discrimination cases across the country. (10:10 and 11:08 min)
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)
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