The Supreme Court's refusal to block the Sandy Hook lawsuit may lead to a flood of litigation, which ultimately may compel the gun industry to change the way it designs, markets and sells firearms.
Just as domestic violence was once misunderstood and tolerated, many today fail to grasp how nude photographs can be wielded as weapons of abuse.
The U.S. Supreme Court will rule on how the Civil Rights Act applies to LGBT people. A business law scholar explains why it could be one of the most consequential discrimination cases in decades.
Expert in immigration and asylum spoke with migrants who’ve travelled to the UK on the back of a lorry.
Kenya's constitution protects children from all forms of violence, but the country's implementation strategies are weak.
The region has made progress but efforts must continue to end a harmful practice rooted in poverty and tradition.
One judge must not be allowed to curtail parliament’s power to promote broader societal interests and protect people who are elderly, ill and disabled.
As the recent Brexit litigation has shown, the UK's Supreme Court has had to consider political as well as legal issues in its first ten years.
What will the new legislation mean for cannabis users in the ACT? And will other jurisdictions follow?
The US government wants to seize all the proceeds from Snowden's new memoir.
Stanford professor's research has led to an increase in the number of kidney transplants in the United States.
Raising the minimum age for Indonesian women to marry to 19 years is important, but on its own is not enough to reduce rates of child marriage.
Indonesia's populist morality movement considers talking about eliminating sexual violence against women is the same as supporting women’s right to have sex outside of marriage.
Researchers say that without first cutting down on the country's notorious red tape, Indonesia's newly signed science law will discourage international collaboration.
The law is out of step with technology that means anyone can manipulate your images in hyper-realistic ways.
Part of a law that goes into effect in New York state on Aug. 14 allows victims more time sue in civil court. Epstein's victims can still go after his estate.
There are better ways to deal with drug possession (for personal use) than putting the person behind bars.
Three-quarters of people with an intellectual disability receive prescribed drugs.
When Flos Greig first entered law school, it was illegal for women to become lawyers. Undeterred, she lobbied for change and became the first woman admitted to the legal profession in Australia.
As politicians focus on the inauguration of a new parliament in October, supporters of the bill are concerned the bill might not be passed.