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Roe v. Wade: The Power of a Law Review

There were plenty of articles leading up to Roe versus Wade proposing ways to make abortion a constitutional right. There was a law professor named Roy Lucas at the University of Alabama Law School. He published an article in the, uh, North Carolina Law Review that advocated and sought judicial intervention with respect to the […]

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New Jersey Court Clips: Special Civil Part
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New Jersey Court Clips: Special Civil Part

Judge Grant: Welcome to Court Clips. I’m Judge Glenn Grant, administrative director of the courts. Court Clips allows us to give you a closer look at some of the programs and procedures of the New Jersey Courts. In this episode, we’re taking a look at the Special Civil Part of Civil Division Narrator: When people […]

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Affirmative Defenses
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Affirmative Defenses

When you’re walking into court to defend yourself, it can sometimes feel like you versus the world. But no matter what you anxiously tell yourself in the mirror that morning, it’s not true. As a defendant, you have a variety of approaches to take in response to the plaintiff’s– the accuser’s claim. And LegalYou realizes […]

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EU Parliament urges Spain to scrap new abortion law

MEPs urged the Spanish government on Thursday to withdraw a new proposal that will restrict abortion rights in Spain. In a bid to gather conservative support and keeping an electoral promise by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, the Spanish government backed a proposal for a tougher abortion law earlier in December. The new bill does not […]

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