What Back-and-Forth Decisions on the 'Remain in Mexico' Plan Mean for Asylum Seekers and Their Lawyers
In the last 10 days, the Remain in Mexico plan was blocked by one judge, only for that judge's preliminary injunction to be stayed by another court.
How Cities Can Save Money by Providing Lawyers for Tenants Facing Eviction
The city of Philadelphia has launched a pilot program that provides legal services for low-income tenants in housing court—and it's already seeing results.
Trump's Longtime Lawyer Boasted About Getting Preet Bharara Fired
Marc Kasowitz, President Trump's lawyer in the Russia investigation, has bragged he was behind the firing of U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara.
Public Defenders as Effective as Private Attorneys
New research suggests that, in terms of influencing key judicial decisions, public defenders are as effective as their private counterparts.