/r/law/

r/law

262k members
r/law is a subreddit with 262k members discussing topics like Trump and Judge. Its distinguishing qualities are that the community is huge in size, and has high activity.
A place to discuss developments in the law and the legal profession.

Popular Topics in r/law

#1

Trump

: "Jury awards E. Jean Carroll $83.3 million from Trump for 2019 defamatory statements"
97 posts
#2

Judge

: "E. Jean Carroll Judge bench-slaps Trump's attorney 14 times over basic lawyering in a single day of testimony"
48 posts
#3

Court

: "Pharma Bro Martin Shkreli goes ballistic on federal appeals Court over lifetime ban from pharma"
38 posts
#4

Trial

: "Trump-supporting attorney Lin Wood disbarred in Colorado's federal Trial court"
35 posts
#5

Case

: "Trump has laid the groundwork for a US Supreme Court challenge in his NY civil fraud Case: experts"
31 posts
#6

Lawsuit

: "Texas GOP candidate accused of supplying young men for Baptist leader Paul Pressler to abuse. | Recently unearthed email from 2017 shedding new light on the role a prominent lawyer running for the Texas State House with support of AG Ken Paxton | Lawsuit previously settled for undisclosed amount."
25 posts
#7

Donald Trump

: "Special counsel Jack Smith used a routine legal filing Friday to offer a forceful public rebuttal against Donald Trump’s claims that his criminal prosecution for allegedly hoarding classified documents has been infected by politics and legal impropriety"
20 posts
#8

Supreme Court

: "Republican Governor Latest to Encourage Texas To Ignore US Supreme Court Ruling"
20 posts
#9

Fraud

: "Bomb threat made to home of judge in Donald Trump's civil Fraud trial on morning of closings"
13 posts
#10

Election

: "Prince William County admits Election tally in 2020 shorted Joe Biden | 4000 votes under reported for Biden came to light in criminal inquiry"
12 posts

Popular Themes in r/law

#1
News
: "Jury awards E. Jean Carroll $83.3 million from Trump for 2019 defamatory statements"
115 posts
#2
Money Talk
: "A New York State Judge has ordered Donald Trump to pay The New York Times $392,638.69 for legal fees connected to a frivolous lawsuit he filed against them."
2 posts
#3
Pain & Anger
: "Trump delaying his trials might not be the win he thinks it is"
1 post

Member Growth in r/law

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+412 members(0.2%)
Monthly
+8k members(3.2%)
Yearly
+54k members(26.1%)

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