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Can a Slogan be Protect by Copy Right

The Recent Stance of the Italian Supreme Court An interesting case recently decided by the Italian Supreme Court (Corte di Cassazione) has focused on whether the...

‘My First Court Case: Prosecuting My Father’s Killers’

Shagufta Tabassum Ahmed agreed to study law on her parents' advice, though she had no intention of becoming a lawyer. But that changed when...

Couple Files $650,000 Suit on Son for not Giving them Grandchildren

An Indian couple are taking their son to court demanding that he and his wife produce either a grandchild within a year or cough...

Court Rejects Free-Speech Challenge to Mandatory Bar Dues

A U.S. appeals court on Friday upheld Wisconsin's requirement that lawyers join the state bar association and pay dues, rejecting claims that it violates...

South Africa has a New Chief Justice: An Introduction to

South African president Cyril Ramaphosa recently announced the appointment of Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo as the next chief justice of the country’s Constitutional Court. Zondo is...

Withdraw 10 Students Illegally Admitted into Ghana School of Law — General Legal Council

Out of the 499 law students who were admitted into the Ghana School of Law, the General Legal Council (GLC) has said 10 students were...

President Ramaphosa Appoints Justice Zondo as Chief Justice

President Cyril Ramaphosa has, in accordance with Section 174(3) of the Constitution, decided to appoint Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo as the next Chief...

Ukraine Supreme Court Judge Joins Defence Forces on Front Line

Reports have emerged from war-torn Ukraine that one of the country’s leading judges has taken up arms to fight in combat. Media outlets in Poland...

Biden Nominates First Black Woman Ketanji Brown Jackson for the Supreme Court

President Joe Biden on Friday nominated Ketanji Brown Jackson to be the first Black woman in US history to serve on the Supreme Court. “I’m...

Georgia Senate Votes to Erect Statue of Clarence Thomas on Capitol Grounds

The Georgia Senate on Monday approved on a party-line vote a measure to place a monument honoring U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas on...