Donna Shestowsky, professor at UC Davis School of Law, shares the details of her recent study on litigant awareness of alternative dispute resolution programs.

Dennis Huber, law professor at Capella University, discusses why he believes SCOTUS should abandon the use of the term corporate personhood and replace it with corporatehood instead.

In a recent interview Dr. Andy Schmulow explained the four financial systems in use today, how global outlooks on financial regulation have shifted since the GFC, and his thoughts on the future.

We've all heard the phrase, “people are creatures of habit.” It turns out that countries are susceptible to forms of path dependency as well.

David Driesen, Professor at Syracuse University College of Law, explores the dangers of allocative efficiency, which can lead to avoidance of systemic risks and long-term consequences.

What will the future of an increasingly robotic society look like for lawyers? If managed intelligently, new technology could lead to more jobs for the legal sector, not less.

Assistant professor at Stanford Law Lisa Ouellette is fostering discussions about intellectual property and patent law via her blog Written Description.

Where can you go to stay up-to-date on the most pathbreaking legal research in your field? JOTWELL compiles short-form reviews of the newest legal scholarship.

At present few law school students will need to consider Islamic finance in their future work as lawyers, but that doesn't mean studying it isn't useful.

It is becoming more important than ever for early-career lawyers to understand e-discovery technologies and best practices.