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How Ketanji Brown Jackson’s pursuit of success as a lawyer and parent got her...

In a 2017 speech to law students, the potential Supreme Court nominee talked about the difficulties of working at a big law firm —...

Supreme Court’s ruling on Alabama voting map could open the door to a new...

By Henry L. Chambers Jr., University of Richmond The U.S. Supreme Court’s order allowing Alabama to use a congressional map that critics say disadvantages Black...

More Black women are leading U.S. law schools and changing the conversation on race...

A rising cohort of new leaders want to help their institutions better understand the country’s history and how it inextricably shapes the law today. By...

Justice Department won’t reopen probe into Tamir Rice death

By Colleen Long, Associated Press The Justice Department has said it will not reopen the federal investigation into the 2014 death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice,...

Clyburn, architect of Biden’s court pledge, pushes his pick

By Meg Kinnard, Associated Press At President Joe Biden’s lowest moment in the 2020 campaign, South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn came to him with a...