Report New practices can help millions of Americans access the legal assistance they need.
Report A significant number of people are unable to afford legal assistance, a serious problem for both litigants and courts, writes Joy Moses.
Report Congress should help improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the Legal Services Corporation to better serve civil legal aid programs.
Issue Brief Ian Millhiser explains how conservatives' calls to end programs such as Social Security and Medicare stem from misinterpretation of the Constitution.
Ian Millhiser examines the consequences of Goodwin Liu’s inability to win Senate confirmation to the federal bench.
Ian Millhiser calls out Senate conservatives for taking their marching orders from corporate lobbyists on judicial nominations.
Video Peter Swire answers questions from Facebook users on Internet privacy.
Report Peter Swire explores the intersection of privacy and freedom of association in this report.
Sam Fulwood III considers the mythology of our nation’s fascination with guns, and why the most ardent gun lovers still embrace these myths.
Chief Justice John Roberts follows in his equally conservative predecessor’s footsteps by speaking out against the vacancy crisis in the federal judiciary, writes Ian Millhiser.
Progressives need to demand that the Senate move forward with stalled judicial nominations, writes Ian Millhiser. Progress is at stake.