Law school innovators: As the changing legal marketplace puts pressure on law schools to update their curricula and better prepare students, this special report highlights schools, students and professors who are pushing the boundaries of traditional legal education and legal theory.
For Saudis, a nuclear ally: As Saudi Arabia builds a civilian nuclear power program, its atomic energy authority has quietly given millions of dollars to Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman to help aid its development. Andrew Ramonas has the story.
A TV drama at the FCC: Jenna Greene reports on a fight before the Federal Communications Commission that could fundamentally shape the future of television.
Gray contributor fights DOJ: Jeffrey Thompson, a prominent Washington businessman caught up in a campaign finance investigation surrounding D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray, is fighting to restrict the government's ability to review tens of millions of pages of documents seized from his home and office. Mike Scarcella reports.
The final e-filing frontier: Beginning July 1, Zoe Tillman reports that the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia will join a growing number of courts conquering the final frontier in electronic filing: e-filing to open new cases.