November | December 2002
Secret Affairs: Lincoln Caplan
Dude, Where's My Lada?
By Jon Fasman
Moscow's museum of auto theft.
By Kim Lemon
Busted on the Long Island Expressway.
By David Taylor
The Mafia's friend in the Boston FBI.
By Marisa Matarazzo
A Los Angeles bartender's dilemma.
By Daniel Kurtz-Phelan
Argentines want their money back.
Jury Selection Made E-Z
By Ted Rall
Now anyone can become a master litigator.
By Dashka Slater
A design for creatures that are half man, half animal has raised fundamental questions about what it means to be human. Two critics of biotechnology want the U.S. Patent Office to answer them.
By Emily Bazelon
Judges should have the right not to remain silent.
By Brendan I. Koerner
Why are we so sure that death and honesty go together?
By Daphne Eviatar
Rebellious lawyers are shaking up law school clinics.
The Strange Tale of Charlie Smoke
Michael Erard on a man without a country.
Marci Alboher Nusbaum on the savior of whistleblowers.
Kim Todd on why demand for a traditional Chinese medicine is bad news for bears.
My Father's Lawyer
Joy Horowitz on the woman who handed Big Tobacco its first major defeat.
A Legal Portrait
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