Death Penalty Question: Federal prosecutors in Massachusetts, where the death penalty was abolished nearly 30 years ago, face the rare prospect of two simultaneous capital cases for unrelated killings that happened more than a decade apart. Sheri Qualters has the story.
In-House Pilot Program: As companies look to cut spending, they're increasingly open to adding recent graduates and young lawyers to their in-house legal departments. Karen Sloan reports.
Digital Library: Tony Mauro reports that a digital research project is aiding lawyers searching for historical documents in preparation for upcoming U.S. Supreme Court argument over the president's power to make recess appointments.
Guantanamo Bay: Zoe Tillman takes a look at a legal fight over the ability of detainees held at Guantanamo Bay to communicate with their lawyers.
Patent Trolls: In the battle against "patent trolls," two competing bills on Capitol Hill have emerged as the leading solutions to curb abusive patent litigation. Andrew Ramonas reports.