Chemerinsky: Facing history, SCOTUS is likely to approve same sex marriages

In Obergefell v. Hodges, the Supreme Court will review a 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision that upheld laws in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee prohibiting same-sex marriages. The…

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Poll: Which lawyer walks into a forest caption is the best fit?

In our April cartoon, readers submitted more than 150 entries. Here are the final staff picks. Now it’s your turn to pick a winner.

  • 11.69%
    Probably enough for a brief.
  • 10.08%
    Suddenly, Mort realized he had stumbled into something shady.
  • 34.27%
    If a lawyer speaks in the middle of the forest and no one hears, can he still bill?
  • 43.95%
    Earl wondered aloud whether his firm's decision to "go green" had been taken too far.

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Would your practice be prepared if something happened to you? (podcast with transcript)

If the unthinkable happens, will your practice be ready for an intermediary to take over or help with a transition?  Do you know what would happen if you–-or one of your colleagues–-should suddenly die or become incapacitated? The ABA Journal’s Stephanie Francis Ward speaks with two experts about tools and…

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