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Washed Away: As Sea Levels Rise, Island Nations Look to the Law to Fend off Extinction
Facing the Alternative: How Does a Flat Fee System Really Work?
Show Me the Money: States, ABA Try to Figure Out When Campaign Cash Leads to a Judge’s Recusal
Toward a Better Business Environment: Uniform Law Commission Balances State and Federal Regulations
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Good Cop, Bad Citizen? As Cellphone Recording Increases, Officers Are Uneasy
Playing on Home Court: New York and Delaware May Lose Their Grip on Bankruptcy Cases
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Data Diet: Feed Your Head with a Better Info Balance
Communing with Lawyers: The Benefits of a Firm Without the Bureaucracy
Time to Be Gettin' Business: Associates Should Gear Up Inside and Outside Networks
Roll Your Own Software: Hidden Dangers on the Road Less Traveled
Making Time: Attorney Uses Hiatus to Create 'Pace Runner' for Billable Goals
March 9, 1964: New York Times Co. v. Sullivan Decided
California Supreme Court to Review the Character Test Put to Stephen Glass
Fund for All: 'Crowdfunding' Supporters Look to Congress to Lighten Regulatory Load
Old Case, New Evidence: Attorney Unearths New Evidence in Book on Sacco-Vanzetti Affair
@Mootcourt: First-Ever Twitter Moot Court Competition
State Legislators Propose Mandatory Drug Testing of Judges and Other State Officials
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Sitting This One Out: Health Care Case Again Raises Recusal Controversy
McElhaney on Litigation
Order in the Court: Fear Is the Biggest Obstacle to Effectively Organizing Your Case
Keeping Justice Afloat at Midyear: For Courts’ Sake, Politics Is on the Docket
DOJ: $2.4 Million to Help Improve Indigent Defense
Scalia Explains Stance on Abortion, GPS Ruling
Ethics 20/20 Panel Not Sold on Nonlawyer Ownership Issue
Education a Concern for Silkenat
On Her Way Back: New Orleans Continues to Rebuild After Hurricane Katrina
Lawyers Giving Back
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