Kaitlyn Lawes Headlines

  • The law professors speak

    An indictment of Judge Kavanaugh based on politics and nothing more.

  • America Has Too Much Law

    Democracy can also die in brightly lit courtrooms.

  • Kavanaugh and the Rule of Law

    The fact that he knowingly gave false statements under oath should disqualify him.

    The American Conservative
  • Amending the words of the law

    Senate President Vicente Sotto III stirred a hornet’s nest last week after he echoed a composer’s wishful thinking to tweak a line of our country’s national anthem to reflect a more positive note. by Marichu A. Villanueva

  • Why We Shouldn't "Just Enforce the Law"

    In debates over issues such as undocumented immigration, the War on Drugs, and others, we often hear the claim that the government should "just enforce the law." If anyone breaks the law, the state is obligated to enforce it against them if it finds out about the violation, and the perpetrators have no right to complain, because they deserve whatever punishment they get. Perhaps so. But this story about a woman who may be subject to charges for sheltering pets during Hurricane Florence...

  • Revisiting martial law

    There have been some mass protest actions, but for many Filipinos, the yearlong martial law in the entire Mindanao has largely gone unnoticed.

  • Should Immigration Laws Be Respected?

    Christopher Bertram If countries want the right and not just the power to control their borders, they have to consider the rights of immigrants, too. The post Should Immigration Laws Be Respected? appeared first on The Nation.

    The Nation
  • NSW to toughen laws against cyberbullying

    The NSW government plans to amend the law to make it clear that people who stalk or intimidate others online or via text message can be jailed for up to five...

    Mail Online
  • Is the World Bank Group Above the Law?

    Barry Yeoman A fishing community in India challenges the bank’s private-lending arm in the US Supreme Court. The post Is the World Bank Group Above the Law? appeared first on The Nation.

    The Nation
  • Martial Law really happened

    In history, we commemorate glorious days and eras that make us proud of our nation and its people. by Elfren S. Cruz

  • Eagles player has another run-in with law

    AFL premiership player Liam Ryan has had another run-in with the law, this time over an alleged incident with a woman following a local football match in...

    Mail Online
  • National Law Enforcement Museum Opens

    The National Law Enforcement Museum is now open at Judiciary Square in D.C. The museum's goal is to show you what it's like to walk in the shoes of a law enforcement officer. News4's Derrick Ward reports.

  • The deadly peril of not enforcing gun laws

    For a long time, Thomas Caldwell behaved like a man who wanted to go to prison and wouldn’t stop until he got his way. In August, he pleaded guilty to selling guns without a federal license and now faces a prison sentence of up to five years. The question is why he wasn’t locked up sooner. One...

  • Encryption law will have oversight: Dutton

    Police trying to get access to terrorists' encrypted messages will have to check with a judge or another authority, if proposed changes become law.Home...

    Mail Online
  • Firm attacked over Dreamworld law suit

    A law firm has been accused of opportunism, and compromising witness evidence at a coronial inquest into the deaths of four people at Dreamworld.Ken Fleming...

    Mail Online
  • Dutton restates case for encryption laws

    Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has stressed the need for proposed new laws forcing tech giants to hand over encrypted information to law enforcement...

    Mail Online
  • Catholic Thoughtcriminal Forced Out At OU Law

    Law school administrator Brian McCall believes old-fashioned things about modesty. He was tarred as an anti-Semite and sexist on campus

    The American Conservative
  • Kavanaugh hires all women as his law clerks

    With the controversy still simmering over his Supreme Court confirmation, Brett Kavanaugh has hit the ground running — and became the first high court justice to hire all women as his law clerks. Kavanaugh on Sunday started researching upcoming cases as the court begins the second week of its current term. He huddled with his...

    New York Post