Supreme Combat: Tony Mauro and Marcia Coyle take a look back at the final week of the most recent U.S. Supreme Court term, which revealed a divided group of justices taking on society's biggest issues without hesitation, even if the resulting opinions were sometimes fractious and fractured. Marcia Coyle also previews what's on tap for next term.
'Serious' Setback: Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. denounced the U.S. Supreme Court's June 25 opinion striking down a key anti-discrimination provision in federal voting rights law. Todd Ruger explores what the decision could mean for the U.S. Department of Justice's ability to enforce voting rights.
Patton Boggs Fee Fight: Patton Boggs unsuccessfully tried to keep a fee fight in D.C. Superior Court under seal. The firm is seeking $925,000 in allegedly unpaid fees from a former client. Zoe Tillman has the story.
Chicago's 40 Under 40: This special feature recognizes the top young legal talent in Chicago.