Articles by Law School
- Law Grads Sue School for Millions Over Employment and Salary Statistics ?Fraud?
August 11 2011 2:52 AM
Law graduates from two of the country's biggest schools filed class action suits against their alma maters alleging that the schools were inflating employment and salary statistics to lure students.
- Warren Jeffs' Behavior 'Morally indefensible': Former FLDS Spokesperson
July 30 2011 5:49 PM
Believes Jeffs' followers will have difficulty "coming to grips with the reality" of their leader's behavior
- Warren Jeffs Promises 'Sickness and Death' for Prosecutors
July 29 2011 6:04 PM
Diatribe goes on for nearly an hour
- Warren Jeffs Breaks His Silence, Defends Polygamy
July 29 2011 2:03 PM
FBI testimony relating to a 2008 prompted the polygamous leader to speak up
- Warren Jeffs Gives Courtroom the Silent Treatment
July 29 2011 12:16 PM
Polygamous sect leader refuses to speak at his trial
- Elizabeth Warren to leave consumer financial agency
July 26 2011 7:58 PM
Elizabeth Warren, the law professor who persuaded the Obama administration to create the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, will step down on August 1 from her role setting up the controversial new regulator, the Treasury said on Tuesday.
- 'Gang of Six' Plan: Who Are the Six Responsible?
July 21 2011 9:44 AM
The 'Gang of Six' senators have a lot riding on their shoulders: They may hold the power to save the United States from default.
- 'Gang of Six' Senators: Who Are They?
July 20 2011 8:20 AM
The 'Gang of Six' Senators may hold the power to save the U.S. from default.
- Who are the 'Gang of Six' Senators?
July 19 2011 5:12 PM
The U.S. Government borrowing authority ends on August 2. A failure by Democrats and Republicans to reach a deal on the debt ceiling could result in an event most economists for decades thought was unfathomable -- a default by the largest and most technologically advanced economy in the world.
- Colorful character of Jose Baez, Casey Anthony defense attorney
July 06 2011 5:22 AM
In a bizarre moment inside the Orange Country courthouse on Tuesday, just after Casey Anthony was acquitted of the charge of killing her toddler daughter, her attorney Jose Baez gushed: I saved a life today. Known now as the 'luckiest man in America', Jose Baez comes across as a unique character with an eventful past and no particularly impressive credential as a legal eagle.
- Video game law squashing, a ray of hope for entertainment industry
June 28 2011 2:38 AM
The squashing of California's video game law by the Supreme Court has come as a ray of hope for entertainment industry at large.
- Religious Organization Issue Bogs Down New York Gay Marriage Bill Debate; Passage Uncertain
June 24 2011 12:19 PM
The exemptions for religious groups clause has bogged down the gay marriage bill debate, and as of mid-day it was uncertain whether the bill would be voted on Friday.
- Californian voters, please rethink seriously about death penalty: Study
June 22 2011 2:48 PM
Californian voters are being reminded to think seriously about the existence of the death penalty, which costs the state more than what it costs to incarcerate convicts, according to a new report by two senior legal figures.
- American arrested as Israeli spy in Egypt
June 13 2011 11:21 AM
An American-Israel is being detained in Egypt for trying to spread chaos in the Egyptian public and harm the state's political, economic and social interests.
- For Edwards, A Prison Sentence Was the Dealbreaker
June 05 2011 5:33 PM
Federal prosecutors were looking to make a deal with former Senator John Edwards; they would accept his plea of guilty to three misdemeanor campaign finance violations allowing him to avoid a felony conviction and the ability to keep his law license.
- Ipad: Most Expensive Apps Hit the Market
June 01 2011 1:12 PM
Bar exam prep and animal diagnostic tools are among the priciest Ipad apps
- Sony NGP to be called PS Vita? Dumber Name = More Successful
May 30 2011 8:23 AM
Sony Next Generation Portable (NGP), the much-awaited handheld gaming device, may not show its face for months to come, but rumors are already flying thick and fast that it has a new name - PS Vita.
- Showdown Emerging Over Legality of U.S. Involvement in Libya
May 24 2011 8:37 AM
With the conflict in Libya appearing increasingly like a protracted stalemate, Congress is debating whether it must vote to sanction continued U.S. operations.
- Is Osama bin Laden killing legal? International Law experts divided
May 07 2011 8:39 AM
The killing of dreaded terrorist Osama bin Laden has triggered a controversy - did it violate international law?
- Scenes from the Something Borrowed premiere [PHOTOS]
May 06 2011 12:24 PM
Something Borrowed comes out this weekend. Starring Ginnifer Goodwin, Kate Hudson, Colin Egglesfield and John Krasinski this film tests various friendships when secrets surface about their relationships.