Smart limitations on the activities of banks are good for the financial system. But "smart" is not likely to emerge from the congressional mire.
Even lawyers on the wrong side of history should have their views protected.
The associate recruitment process is broken. To fix it, look at the medical profession's resident matching program for inspiration.
When it comes to counterterrorism policy, Obama needs a healthy dose of candor and America needs a national security court.
It's time to shine a light on prosecutors who are trampling on the rights of the accused in order to win cases.
The traditional allocation of power between the state and federal governments is undergoing some pretty remarkable renovation.
Sometimes even collaborators disagree. Not easy when one is Antonin Scalia of the U.S. Supreme Court.
A simple checklist for legislators to follow that could dramatically reduce the number of unnecessary lawsuits.
In the global law era, local admission is an outmoded way to regulate lawyers.