K Street and immigration: With Capitol Hill gearing up for a major overhaul to the nation's immigration system, lobbyists representing a wide range of businesses are preparing for the fight. Todd Ruger has the story. Also check out a special section on major regulatory issues facing the Obama administration as he formally begins his second term.
Defining identity theft: Mike Scarcella reports on a case before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit that will test the limits of the Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act of 2004.
Divorce lawyers without borders: As the world has grown smaller, especially through social media, marriages between citizens of different nations have become more common — and so have divorces. Leigh Jones explores the recent growth of international family law practices.
Ceiling breaker: Matthew Huisman sat down for a Q&A with Kim Koopersmith, who is set to take over the role of chairperson of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld in April. She'll become the firm's first woman chair, joining the ranks of a small group of women law firm leaders.
D.C. legal services groups struggling: As the demand for civil legal services in Washington grows, local providers are facing tough budget outlooks for 2013. Zoe Tillman reports that legal services groups are waiting to see if the recent uptick in law firm revenues translates to giving.