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Pricing Amy: Should Those Who Download Child Pornography Pay the Victims?
Letters of the Law: National Security Letters Help the FBI Stamp Out Terrorism But Some Disapprove
National Security Letters: Building Blocks for Investigations or Intrusive Tools?
Full Transcript of Bryan A. Garner's Interview with Elena Kagan
Breaking the Shackles: More Must Be Done to End Human Trafficking and Help Victims
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A Dope Niche: With State Law Changes, It's Pot That's Hot
Florida Lawyer Starts Residency Program for Recent Grads
The Superlong Commute: Recession Has Workers Opting for Travel over Relocation
Twitter Talk: Its Search and Trends Can Keep You Up to Speed
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Lawyer at Large: Minnesotan Fulfills His Dream of Visiting Every Country
Sept. 22, 1919: The Great Steel Strike of 1919
Kagan’s Teachers: 9th Justice Talks About Her Influences in Writing, Reading and Reasoning
Hip-Hop at Law: Course Samples Hip-Hop's Bottom-Up Critique of the Law
Keeping Watch: NYC's Stop-and-Frisk Policing Inspires New Video App
Who’s Paying? More Women Are Becoming Payors in Alimony, Child Support
Behind Bars: Elderly Prison Population Expected to Triple by 2030
The Convert: Houston Lawyer Spearheads Pro Bono Advocacy for Child Immigrants
Legal Road Trip: Albany
A Bite Worse Than Its Bark: Maryland Puts Pit-Bull Owners on Liability Notice
Name That Domain: Generic Top-Level Domains Get the Green Light
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Marriage Proposal: Court May Weigh Levels of Scrutiny for Same-Sex Couples
McElhaney on Litigation
The Plain Truth: Go for Simple Words if You Want to Communicate Effectively
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Honoring All 5 TJAGs
The State of State Courts: Judges Want Qualifications in Any Disqualification Rules
Belief in Bias Can Block Your Success
No Hiding It: Secrecy Is a Goner
The Rule of Law Is at Work in Opera and the Supreme Court
Raising Awareness: New President Laurel Bellows Puts Human Trafficking on Her Hit List
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