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Secret Snitches: California case uncovers long-standing practice of planting jailhouse informants

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Two reluctant entrepreneurs tackle challenge of copyright duration

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Did litigation kill the Beatles?

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Some law firms look outside law practice to avoid their ‘Kodak moment’

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Court systems rethink the use of financial bail, which some say penalizes the poor

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How artificial intelligence is transforming the legal profession

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Personal injury lawyers turn to neuroscience to back claims of chronic pain

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Justice moves slowly for those who need interpreters

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Minority women are disappearing from BigLaw—and here’s why

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Meet the father of the landmark lawsuit that secured basic rights for immigrant minors

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Will those who led the financial system into crisis ever face charges?

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China’s latest crackdown on lawyers is unprecedented, human rights monitors say

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Metrics can tell the tale of a firm’s fate

ABA Journal/Ross Short Legal Fiction Contest winner: ‘Sealed Windows’

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15 signs you may be an introvert

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Most lawyers are introverted, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing

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Employers and workers grapple with laws allowing marijuana use

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What is the state of the legal blogosphere?

Blawg 100

The 9th Annual Blawg 100

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2015 Blawg 100 Hall of Fame