Government, Constitutional Law, California Supreme Court, Administrative/Regulatory
By Amy Myrick
Imagine that you're one of the more than 350,000 women in California who becomes unexpectedly pregnant every year. Maybe you f...
Judges and Judiciary
By Lawrence Riff
The world of graveyard shift night owls is unfamiliar to lawyers who go on to become judges.
SCOTUS takes on a second partisan gerrymandering case, signaling a willingness to finally brave the thorny legal thicket this ...
Five experts weigh in on cyber threats, security breach litigation, risk mitigation, and cyber insurance.
Companies that emerge intact from a crisis invest in crisis management at all levels.
By Shane Nelson
Stakeholders moved dirt on the site of UC Hastings College of the Law’s forthcoming academic village.
Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations, and public reprovals in California.
The California Supreme Court has clarified when an expert can rely on hearsay--and when the expert can tell a jury about it.
Law Office Management
Tips from a small firm owner on handling resumes, interviews, and salary negotiations.