Pro Bono Hot List: Attorneys say pro bono hours continued to slide, but the NLJ highlights 10 firms that haven't forgotten their professional obligations even — especially — during hard times.
On the Heels of 'Citizens': Marcia Coyle reports on three key campaign-finance challenges, one already at the U.S. Supreme Court, that are seeking to push through doors left open by the justices' controversial Citizens United decision.
A Revived Injunction: Several federal courts recently issued permanent injunctions in patent cases, a sign that the remedy still has life, Sheri Qualters reports.
Uniting D.C. Families: In the 25 years since the District first began celebrating Adoption Day, attorneys say the courts and the city have greatly improved the process. Zoe Tillman reports on what has changed and the areas attorneys say could still use work.
Urbina Takes a Look Back: U.S. District Senior Judge Ricardo Urbina, who will retire in March, reflects on his time on the bench.