Winning: This special feature profiles five top litigators who prevailed last year in bench or jury trials, overcoming tough odds and high financial stakes.
D.C. Deal Makers: This feature recognizes Washington lawyers who tackled some of the most notable transactions in the country last year in an array of industries, navigating complex mergers and acquisitions, real estate deals and project financing.
A Split in the Ninth Circuit: Todd Ruger reports on a dispute between California and Idaho over filling a vacancy on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Six-Year Plan: Karen Sloan takes a look at "3+3" programs, which essentially shave a year off the undergraduate degree and allow participants to earn both bachelor's and juris doctor degrees in six years.
Armstrong's Bicoastal Battles: The publishers of Lance Armstrong's autobiographical books have moved to dismiss a proposed class action asserting that they misled consumers into believing they were buying an honest narrative of the disgraced cyclist's real life. Amanda Bronstad has the story.