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New Jersey Judge Shortage Freezes Couples in Messy Divorce Cases

Despite a kidnapping threat, a mother can’t get a court order to secure her child’s passport. Parents are unable to enroll children in school due to custody battles. A woman is forced to live with a partner who cuts off the electricity in her home and blocks her access to any bank accounts.

The Ground-breaking Life and Career of Big Law's First Black Chair

In 2006, John W. Daniels, Jr., became the leader of Quarles & Brady. He is widely-regarded by legal industry observers to be the first Black chair of an Am Law 200 firm. Daniels reflects on his career and the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the legal profession and in society at large.

Cheap Clothes and Big Lawsuits in Ultra Fast Fashion

Judge Newman Speaks: 96-Year-Old Fights Push to Oust Her

Why Can’t We Have One Bar Exam for All Jurisdictions?

SPECIAL REPORT: The End of Affirmative Action in College Admissions