Mere billions: Following announcements last week of billion-dollar agreements involving big banks, Matthew Huisman and Jenna Greene explore why critics say the seemingly substantial deals represent a slap on the wrist.
FDR did fine without a 3L year: Legal educators and top New York state court officials are considering a proposal to allow law students to take the state bar exam after their second year. Karen Sloan has the story.
A 'can-do' attitude: Tony Mauro takes a look back at William Suter's 22 years as clerk of the U.S. Supreme Court. Suter has announced that he'll retire in August.
Filibuster reform won't come easily: On the surface, the political momentum appears favorable to filibuster reform. But Todd Ruger reports that change is unlikely to come easily to an institution whose members tend to be protective of their privileges.