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Privacy Law

Racketeering suit is filed against anti-abortion group that released undercover videos

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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel relates education, community policing to fighting crime

Criminal Justice

Texas attorney general is reportedly indicted for alleged securities fraud

Law Firms

Suits blame Simpson Thacher and JPMorgan for $1.5 billion error

Law Firms

BigLaw firm’s alleged promises to client in hiring talks were puffery, judge says in tossing claims

Criminal Justice

7th Circuit questions the accuracy of Lex the drug-sniffing dog but upholds car search evidence

Law Practice Management

K&L Gates chairman says partner departures are consistent with the firm’s ‘performance culture’

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Three candidates vie for 2017 ABA treasurer spot

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5 women with extraordinary careers honored by Margaret Brent Awards

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Top 10 ways to manage your finances and navigate student debt

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Texas troupe puts lawyer ethics to words and music in ‘Scamalot’

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Legal ed council votes to keep ban on academic credit for paid externships

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Loretta Lynch touts sentencing-reform success; association’s first woman president accepts ABA Medal

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Community involvement is key in preventing the next Ferguson

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Sen. Durbin promotes pro bono, honors award recipients

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What are the business costs of ignoring racial and gender diversity?

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Crime rate not main reason prison population exploded: It was sentencing policy

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Why aren’t more women lead counsel? Litigators, judges explain the obstacles and offer solutions

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Disruptive innovators try to convince skeptical attorneys of the need to collaborate

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US immigration detention policies are ‘incompatible with basic principles of justice,’ says law prof