A significant legislative development has emerged in the realm of college sports. The House Education and the Workforce Committee recently passed the Protecting Student Athletes’ Economic Freedom Act ...
Invoking the First Amendment to defend initiatives aimed at boosting workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) has the potential to set a precedent that may ultimately undermine other civil ...
Oregon’s innovative Supervised Practice Portfolio Examination (SPPE) is quickly becoming a favored route for law graduates aiming to join the state’s bar. This alternative path allows graduates from ...
A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed against Apple Inc. in San Francisco, accusing the company of gender-based pay discrimination. The suit, initiated by two women, alleges that Apple ...
New York state lawmakers passed legislation to prevent social media platforms from showing “addictive” algorithmic content to users under 18 without parental consent. Another bill restricting online ...
Historically, the U.S. News & World Report law school rankings were crucial for law schools’ reputations and student enrollments. According to a new study by professors Brian Frye of the University of ...
The American Bar Association (ABA) has recently granted permission to five additional law schools to utilize the alternative admissions program, JD-Next. This decision increases the number of campuses ...
A federal appeals court has breathed new life into a $180 million legal malpractice lawsuit against the global law firm DLA ...
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A court-appointed panel recommended the distribution of $2.13 billion in legal fees from national opioid settlements. Major law firms will receive substantial sums, with Motley Rice getting the ...