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King Coal's Violent Reign: Century-Old Labor Strife Still Raises Constitutional Questions
Pause and Reflect: ABA's Good Works Are Precious Gifts That Help Fulfill Our Core Missions
Letters: A Storied Career
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Mind Reading: Judges Can Keep Deliberations to Themselves, Mass. Court Says
Boys & Girls Together? Courts Deal with a Push to End Co-Ed Classes
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First-Class Action: Inaugural Case Draws Settlement Offers for Legal Newbie
Talkin' Tools: Smartphones, Tablets Walk the Walk
Bon App-etit: Expect a Windfall of New Legal Apps in the Coming Year
It's Not Just Money Fears Blocking Access to Legal Help; Lawyer Distrust Is Growing
Online Rain: Survey Says a Virtual Presence May Pay
Outsourcing Adviser: Law Firm Helps Clients Manage LPO Services
Report from Governmental Affairs
Growing Pains: ABA Urges Congress to Consider New Policies to Hold Down Prison Costs, Populations
Dec. 3, 1984: Bhopal Chemical Leak Kills Thousands in India
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Zombies-at-Law: NY Lawyer Fascinated by the Law's Fascination with Zombies
Stormy Weather: Senators Criticize Kozinski over Maui Conference
Shama Llama Ding Dong: Attorney Establishes Llama Sanctuary
You Say Potato, I Say Potahto: Law Prof Creates a SCOTUS Pronunciation Dictionary
Wet Behind the Ears: Chicago Aquarium Offers Legal Fellowship
War of the Words: Scalia and Posner Are at It Again
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Dubious Honor: Real Estate Leads the Practice Field for Malpractice Claims, Says ABA Report
You've Come A Long Way: ABA's Entity for Solos and Small Firms Celebrates 50 Years
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