Election 2012: With election day fast approaching, The National Law Journal takes a look at what the upcoming presidential election might mean for the legal community. This special feature includes:
Electing a Supreme Court: Marcia Coyle and Tony Mauro consider the possibilities of retiring high court justices.
Shifting Priorities: Mike Scarcella explores how a Romney administration could change the focus of divisions within the U.S. Department of Justice.
A Lot on the Line: Jenna Greene reports on what the election could mean for the still-young Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Girding Their Loins: Todd Ruger and Andrew Ramonas explore how attorneys are preparing to do battle over potential contested results.
Camera-Shy No Longer: This week's paper also includes a piece from Zoe Tillman about the D.C. Court of Appeals' plan to introduce video streaming of oral arguments.