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The Pedigree Problem: Are Law School Ties Choking the Profession?
Insider Threats: Experts Try to Balance the Constitution with Law Enforcement to Find Terrorists
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Get Out of Jail--But Not Free: Courts Scramble to Fill Their Coffers by Billing Ex-Cons
Time to Reject Perception that Disabilities Are Barriers to Productive Legal Careers
Letters: Copyright Conundrums
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Occupy the Courts: The Nationwide Movement Has Left a Mixed Bag of Legal Results
Pruning the Judicial Branch: State Laws Target 'Activist Judges'
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Betting on a New Frontier: Solo Sets Sights on Africa
Paladins: High-Demand Litigators Make Travel Work for Them
A Discovery: Study Tech-Aided Review Before It’s an Ethics Issue
U of Denver's Law School Takes an Extra Step Toward Transparency for Its Graduate Employment Data
'Entry' Fee: Surprise–Inexperienced Associates Cost More
Call Out: Apps Put Videoconferencing in Lawyers’ Hands
Mind Meld: How to Understand Legal Minds to Defeat Tech Fears
Are You Vulnerable? Sometimes a Good Hack Can Help
July 2, 1881: Charles Guiteau Shoots President James Garfield
Legal Spirits: Attorney Distills His Legal Acumen to Steer Career Shift
How Much Is That Doggie in the Window? Texas Courts Weigh Pets' Sentimental Value
Strategies for Cutting-Edge Cases: Guide to Transgender Family Law Fills Case Law Gap
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Don't Be Seduced: Falling in Love with Your Case Means You Won't See Its Shortcomings
Attorneys for the Damned: ABA Project Marks 25 Years of Providing Counsel to Death Row Inmates
The Long March: Project to Revise Law School Accreditation Standards Shows Steady Progress
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