Latest Issue - Washington Lawyer September 2015
Volume: 30 No. 1
David O'Boyle and Michael Smith
Books in the Law
Joseph C. Goulden and Ronald Goldfarb
Speaking of Ethics
Saul Jay Singer
The Pro Bono Effect
James J. Sandman
From the President
FeaturesCommercial Speech and the Evolution of the First Amendment
Before Citizens United, the First Amendment was already going through seismic changes. Elliot Zaret looks at the rise of commercial speech—and the future of free speech.
When the Kids Are Not All Right: Children's Access to Mental Health Care
Mental health care for children is in crisis. As Anna Stolley Persky writes, parents, lawyers, and advocacy groups are navigating a complex system that falls short on services.