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British-born women in immigrant families face the demands of relatives, culture, and tradition.
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Expert says the subprime mess could lead to an increase in class action lawsuits.
Law school students can choose joint programs and special courses.
Research suggests children's memories may be more reliable than adults' in court cases.
Public Library of Law pools many resources in a new tool for nonlawyers.
The biggest test of a special judicial system
The cases against suspected terrorists are the biggest test yet for a controversial system.
Legislators in several states respond to safety concerns