2013... Oh, You: 2013 was the year that made the legal, judicial and political scenarios in "The Good Wife," "Homeland" or "House of Cards" look, well, plausible. It's the Year In Review edition for this New Year's Eve Eve.
Supreme Court: Monumental rulings on civil and voting rights in 2013 are helping to define the Roberts Court for some time to come, Marcia Coyle and Tony Mauro write.
Legal Biz: Some firms got hitched; others were left standing at the altar. Plus, John Edwards returned to the practice. A survey of 2013's notable business developments, Andrew Ramonas writes.
Law Schools: It was another tough year for law schools. But hope springs eternal—as evidenced by a grand opening in Indiana and plans for more, Karen Sloan writes.