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What America's Lawyers Earn
Lawyer's Attempt to Keep His Head Above Water Landed a Client on Death Row
As Surrogacy Becomes More Popular, Legal Problems Proliferate
More Effort Is Needed to Support Legal System Diversity, and 'Fatigue' Is Not an Option
Letters: Before the BP Fund
The National Pulse
SEC Is Giving Whistle-Blower Protection One Last Lick
Business of Law
Cleveland Solo Mixes Fame and Legal Issues in Radio Format
A Lawsuit Claims 'Macho' Culture Led to Associate Dad's Firing
Judge Didn't Let Disability Hamper His Law Career
Policy Matter: Firm Plans Insurance Against Evidence Loss
Princely Prenup? U.S. Lawyers See Rise in Requests for Asset Protection
Free Can Be Good: Add Open Source to Software Considerations
March 29, 1951: Rosenbergs Convicted
Musicians Chafe at Politicians' Misappropriations of Their Work
Website Gives Lawyers Another Way to Offer Class Action Updates
Major League Baseball's Video Takedown Has Fans Crying Foul
Thomson Reuters Rolls Out 'Mexican Legal Dictionary' App
Book Offers a Survey of the Past Decade in Courthouse Design
LSAT Connect Lightens Test Stress
FCC Nears Ruling on Signal Boosters
Supreme Court Report
Corporate Giant Wal-Mart Faces a Huge Class Action by Female Workers
Candidates Say Public Campaign Funds Chill Their 1st Amendment Rights
McElhaney on Litigation
Think of Yourself as the First Witness the Jury Will Hear in Your Case
Witnesses Describe State and Local Courts Reeling from Budget Cutbacks
Litigation Lending Makes Its Case
Midyear Attendees Get Special Showing of Robert Redford's New Film 'The Conspirator'
Future Law: Rethink Client Needs, or Else
Value Billing: Plunging In
Bellows: ABA Should Be a Part of Public Debates
Lawyers Giving Back
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Veiled Promises: Matrimonial Track Can Lead Spouse Wannabes to Court
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