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Despite Globalization, Lawyers Find New Barriers to Practicing Abroad
The Battle on the Home Front: Special Courts Turn to Vets to Help Other Vets
The Next Chapter: Municipalities Are Using Chapter 9 to Fend Off Creditors
A Debt of Gratitude: ABA Pledges to Help Veterans in Overcoming Legal Obstacles
The National Pulse
Thrown for a Loss: Retired Players Sue, Claim NFL Hid Brain Damage Info
Patchwork Partnering: States Can't Agree on the Legal Status of Same-Sex Couples
Business of Law
Safe in the Cloud? Online Service Risks Need Care and Coverage
Out of the Crowd: Public-Supplied Info Gains Ground in Courts
PIN It Down: Hacking Scandals Pinpoint Security Risks
Softening Market? Practice-Based Applications Are Taking a Hit
Let's Make a Deal: Small Firms Find Big Deals on Office Space
In the Judgment Trade: Law Student's Website Helps Bring in the Cash
Report from Governmental Affairs
ABA Support for a Proposal to Reduce Immigration Cases Finally Pays Off
November 7, 1916: Jeannette Rankin Heads to Congress
Zoinks! There's a Lawyer Wearing Spandex!
A New Newark: Rekindling Hope with New Community Courts
The XXX Factor: New Domain Names Could Lead to Trademark Problems for Businesses
Crime or Protest? Hacking Groups Pose Nettlesome Legal Issues
Legal Road Trip: Las Vegas
No Debating It: Northwestern Debate Team Featured in Documentary
A Building Gets His Name: University of Florida Law School Honors Stephen N. Zack
Supreme Court Report
Sky-High Spy: With GPS Probing, the Zone of Privacy Is Getting Even Smaller
McElhaney on Litigation
No Laughing Matter: Failing the Giggle Test Might Leave You Crying
In Defense of the Courts: Symposium Finds No Easy Way to Fund Courts
A Long, Hot Summer: Section to Pose New Questions About Law Grad Employment
Ethics 20/20 Commission Hones Proposals Going to the ABA House of Delegates
Lawyers Giving Back
Grave Concerns: Mortuarial Mismanagement Makes Mourners Mad
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