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Why I Love Being a Lawyer
Hunting Happy: In Grim Times, a Search for Joy in Law Practice Gains Ground
Myths About Happy Lawyers
Seduced: For Lawyers, the Appeal of Social Media Is Obvious. It's Also Dangerous
A Long-Forgotten Film on the Nuremberg Trials Helps Rekindle Interest in the Holocaust
Value and Visibility: Two Major Priorities Guide Efforts to Address Needs of Lawyers and the Public
Letters: Kudos for Comic Book
The National Pulse
With the High Court in Mind, Challenges to the Health Bill Move Ahead
Law School? Bag It, Bloggers Say
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Firms' Re-Entry Programs Open Doors
Vendor or Competitor? Pangea3 Purchase Pleases Some, Worries Others
Study Shows Truths About Billing, But Do Clients Care?
Book 'Clutch' Cites David Boies as Exemplar of Success
Very Superstitious: Some Find Legal Inspiration Through Spiritual Means
RSS, Not R.I.P.: Tool That Brings the News to You Is Still Useful
Law on the Open Road: One Man's Avocation has Become His Niche
February 2, 1790: Supreme Court Holds Inaugural Session
Pending High Court Decisions Fan Interest in Fantasy League
Blawg 100 Popular Vote: The Readers Have Spoken
Florida Lawyer Fashions Gun Trust (and Niche Practice)
Will Dress Codes for Workplace Avatars Soon Be the Norm?
Oregon Attorney's Documentary 'Hot Coffee' Makes the Sundance Cut
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When Food Attacks! Disgruntled Diners Demand Dinero for Culinary Contretemps
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