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The Law Workgroup will organize and coordinate efforts to create and improve articles relating to Law. If you are interested in participating, you may add yourself to Category:Law Authors, discuss issues on the Law Workgroup Forum, or simply dive in and begin contributing. If you'd like to be an editor, please follow these instructions and then you may add yourself to Category:Law Editors.

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Main subject areas (alphabetically)

Law | Law enforcement | Litigation

Trials (chronologically)

-- Civil trials (disputes between persons)

Goldmark case | Microsoft Anti-trust Case |

-- Criminal trials (offenses against the public)

Trial of Socrates | Trial of Joan of Arc | Trial of Galileo | Salem witchcraft trials | John Peter Zenger trial | Boston Massacre trial | Amistad trials | Trial of John Brown | Susan B. Anthony trial | Louis Riel trial | Scopes Trial | Sacco-Vanzetti case | Scottsboro boys | Moscow trials | Nuremberg Trials | Rosenberg espionage trial | Hiss perjury trial | Adolf Eichmann trial | Saddam Hussein trial

European Court of Human Rights (alphabetic)

Bowman v. the UK | Casado Coca v. Spain | Castells v. Spain | Giniewski v. France | Soering v. the UK | Tyrer v. the UK | Kokkinakis v. Greece | Wingrove v. The UK

U.S. Supreme Court cases (chronologically)

Marbury v. Madison | Dred Scott decision | Ex Parte Milligan | Plessy v. Ferguson | Standard Oil v. U.S. | Korematsu v. United States | Brown v. Board of Education | Gideon v. Wainwright | Miranda v. Arizona | New York Times v. Sullivan | New York Times v. United States | Roe v. Wade | United States v. Nixon | University of California Regents v. Bakke

Legal theory (alphabetically)

Antitrust | Contract | Copyright | Libel | Patent | Trademark | Trust (legal) | Tort

Documents and treaties (chronologically)

Code of Charlemagne | Magna Carta | Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Jurists and lawyers (alphabetically)

Benjamin N. Cardozo | Clarence Darrow | Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. | John Marshall | Louis Nizer | William Rehnquist | Earl Warren

Law enforcement (alphabetically)

FBI | J. Edgar Hoover | Scotland Yard

Organizations and institutions (alphabetically)

American Bar Association | ACLU | Supreme Court of the United States

Core Articles listing

I have taken the liberty of rearranging the core articles page Law section, provisionally, to try to see what are the really major gaps. The articles listed tend to be a bit US-centric, so I have added one or two extras there. I shifted most to column two, but they should really be in column one in hierarchical order.

One comment, as a social scientist with some legal background, is that we do need articles which can guide the intelligent layman easily. This means that technical info about important caselaw, for example, should be minimized. I suppose the Editors here will want the articles to be useful for law students as well, but please remember that this is a general encyclopedia.

Apologies for interfering from my multidisciplinary background: I won't do it too often:-) --Martin Baldwin-Edwards 21:05, 5 October 2007 (CDT)