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Tracking Techies: Finding the Footprints of America's Switched-on Lawyers
The Prosecutor on Trial: Ex-Maricopa County Attorney Faces Disbarment for Political Acts
Uneasy Targets: How Justifying the Killing of Terrorists Has Become a Major Policy Debate
Targeted Killing Is Lawful If Conducted in Accordance with the Rule of Law
No Courts, No Justice, No Freedom: 2012 Law Day Theme Will Resonate with Calls for Court Funding
Letters: Weighing in on War Powers
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Launched: ABA Offers Solos More Web-Based Resources
There Go the Jobs: Positions Behind the Bench Are Expected to Drop
The Chain: LinkedIn Is More than Social Media for Lawyers
April 17, 1969: Sirhan Sirhan Convicted
A View From the Inside: New Documentary Looks at Fraudster Marc Dreier
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Tales from the Front: A Sampling of Oddball Job Interview Questions
Legal Road Trip: Birmingham
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Left Behind: ABA Says Make Disabilities Part of Diversity Mix on Federal Bench
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