Host of ABA Journal: Modern Law Library

Lee Rawles

Lee Rawles joined the ABA Journal in 2010 as a web producer. She has also worked for the Winston-Salem (N.C.) Journal and Legacy.com. She holds an M.S. in New Media from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and a B.S. in journalism from the University of Illinois.

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12/21/16 Was this lawyer-turned-WWII-spy the basis for James Bond? 11/16/16 What can past presidential history teach us about today? 10/19/16 John Lennon’s lawyer explains how the musician’s deportation case changed immigration law 09/21/16 A seismic shift in how the US wages war and what it means for the American public 08/17/16 Freedom isn’t the end of the story for exonerees 07/13/16 How a 1980s lynching case helped bring down the Klan 06/22/16 In ‘The Last Good Girl,’ Allison Leotta tackles the fraught subject of campus rape 05/11/16 Before stop-and-frisk there were vagrancy laws; ‘Vagrant Nation’ explores their rise and fall 03/22/16 Prosecutor’s book offers first-hand look at ‘Making a Murderer’ subject Steven Avery 12/21/15 Harper Lee Prize winner tells how history and race shaped her Southern gothic novel 08/26/15 Linda Fairstein chats about her Alex Cooper series–and reveals an exciting new project 04/30/15 Grammar nerds, meet your Comma Queen 01/28/15 Author Tells Tangled Tale of the $19B Verdict Against Chevron in ‘Law of the Jungle’ 12/17/14 All is not as it seems for 9th Circuit clerk in ATL founder’s new novel (podcast) 09/30/14 How a series of attacks by a breakaway Amish sect became a landmark hate-crimes case 08/28/14 Boies and Olson reveal the backstory of the case against California’s Proposition 8 07/28/14 Growing up during BTK serial-killing spree informed author’s new crime novel (podcast) 06/30/14 Why should 9/11 terrorism trials be held at ‘Mother Court’ in New York? Author explains (podcast) 05/29/14 How 50 children were saved from Nazi Germany by a Philadelphia lawyer and his wife (podcast) 04/30/14 This 18th-century British judge helped SCOTUS decide the fate of Guantanamo detainees (podcast)