While the Treasury secretary says House Democrats lack a 'legitimate' reason for demanding Trump's tax returns, a former IRS attorney explains that the law says otherwise.
Research into attitudes reveals some startling findings.
Facial expressions and gestures can impact the outcome of a trial that depends on the credibility of witnesses.
The US indicted WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange for conspiring to hack into a government computer. But the prosecution of Assange may also pose a risk to the rights of journalists in the US.
A trademark law scholar explains why the impossible-to-apply standard, dating back to the early 20th century, is ineffective and needs to be abolished.
The full report on the special counsel's Trump investigation has now been made public. As people, Congress and prosecutors nationwide dig into Mueller's findings, here are three key issues to watch.
As a society, we often don’t think about how legal professionals might be affected by the work that they do.
UK forensic science and technology is lurching from crisis to crisis. A fundamental reform of governance and policy making is needed.
Here's what the law says ... so far.
The $270 million settlement may not mean a whole lot if Purdue files for bankruptcy as it's reportedly considering.
A law professor from the University of California, Hastings considers why a moratorium in California could be influential.
The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that the families of the Sandy Hook shooting victims could sue a gun maker, a decision that could open the floodgates to more lawsuits.
Police have to analyse over 31m documents, 2,500 pieces of evidence and 2,332 witness statements. This makes Grenfell the biggest and most complex corporate manslaughter case ever brought.
Workers are increasingly not keeping their employers' secrets secret, as evidenced by the mass whistleblower event that is the #MeToo movement.
The anti-sexual violence bill protects and supports victims of sexual violence.
A body modification practitioner has been convicted of causing grievous bodily harm with intent – even though he had the consent of the 'victims'.
Islamic dispute resolution is a way of avoiding court but resolving disputes under Islamic law. Other countries use this approach. But is it right for Australia?
Jamal Khashoggi's brutal murder happened at a consulate, a space not subject to the laws of the host country, Turkey. That means the alleged murderers did not fear interference by local authorities.
Some Indonesian law enforcers are simply not aware of Constitutional Court decisions. But some are blatantly ignoring them.
It is little discussed and yet the administrative justice system is a cornerstone of social justice.