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Budding Biden Impeachment Inquiry: Lengthy Legal Wranglings Just Getting Started  

House Republicans have laid the groundwork for an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden, and in the coming weeks, a flurry of legal volleying is expected to consume the capital. While both sides of the political aisle have come out with strong reactions to the proceedings and how they should be executed, the legal foundation of the inquiry is, in fact, prescribed in the Constitution.


Which Law School Is the Best Value for the Money?  

New data included in a study published by The Journal of Law and Education indicates Campbell University provided the best value to its students with respect to passing the bar during the period spanning from 2017 to 2019.


Incoming ABA Prez to Law Community: Bolster Democracy, Check AI  

Newly minted American Bar Association (ABA) President Mary L. Smith is setting her sights on democracy and artificial intelligence as she takes the gavel from Deborah Enix-Ross, the trade group’s immediate past president.


ADA Turns 33: Decriminalization, COVID and Online Accessibility Take Centerstage  

Lawmakers and legal pros from around the nation used the 33rd anniversary of the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to highlight its importance to the disability community and discuss new ways it can continue to protect them.


AI, H2O Among Hot-button Issues Covered at Denver’s ABA Annual Meeting  

It is now just mere days before legal intelligentsia from around the U.S. descend upon Denver for the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Annual Meeting. The robust agenda features topics ranging from environmental resiliency to the role artificial intelligence will have in the legal landscape. Noteworthy guests, like U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, will also be featured during the six-day-long event running from Thursday, Aug. 3 to Tuesday, Aug. 8.


SCOTUS Summer Flurry Highlights (Mostly) Conservative Court’s New Groove  

The breadth of the U.S. Supreme Court’s summer decisions appear to firmly rebuke the liberal agenda and could indicate, unsurprisingly, the conservative court is going to play largely to the back of its baseball card.


Legal Experts Generate Suggestions As AI Artwork Explodes  

A team of academics and legal experts published a list of recommendations for lawmakers hoping to get a handle on the explosive generative AI industry as the space continues to confound content creators and legislators alike.


2023 ABA Pro Bono Award Winners Honored for Work Tackling Hate Crimes, Legal Access  

Four lawyers and a law firm from Seattle were awarded for their outstanding dedication to providing pro bono legal services to those facing prohibitive economic and social hardships.


The Gender Culture War Rages On In Legislative Chambers and Courts

Missouri and Texas recently enacted new legislation inhibiting gender-affirming medical options putting them squarely in the middle of the legislative culture war consuming the nation.


Google, Zoom Murder, the U.N. Among May's Top Verdicts

May had a number of interesting verdicts, including cases involving Google, the United Nations, and a murder on Zoom.  


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