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You're Out of Order! Dealing with the Costs of Incivility in the Legal Profession
Death of a Practice: After Lawyer Dies, Her Friend Is Faced with Closing Down Her Firm
The Dream Bar: Some Children Illegally Living in the United States Grow Up to Want to Be Attorneys
Should Public Policy Favor Inclusion When It Comes to Bar Admissions?
Digital Dangers: ABA Pursues Practical and Legislative Responses to Cybersecurity Threats
Letters: Sister Strength
The National Pulse
A Question of Education: For Some Parents, Shock Treatments Are Only Hope for Helping Their Kids
Call Ahead: Officers Use Cellphone Towers to Spot Offenders
Business of Law
Not Playing Games: Firm Takes Decision-Making Theory into Transactions
Does Your Firm Have a Bring-Your-Own-Device Policy?
Gone Hollywood: Video’s the Ticket for New Legal Business
Drexel University’s Law School Takes Practical Training Online with LawMeets Course
Who's Up, Who's Down in Partner Pay
Getting Connected: Solo Lawyers Build Support Networks
Work on Your Retirement Plans: Choices Depend on Firm Size and Income
January 31, 1945: Pvt. Eddie Slovik Executed
Argument Talk: Tips for Litigators on Raising, Answering and Dropping Points
Nama-Stay: Lululemon Is Defending Its Turf Through Design Patents
A Huge Following? Twitter Suit Accuses Businesses of Selling Followers
Law Firm Creates Think Tank to Study Analytics
Texas Lawyer Sues the State over His Blog’s Name and Wins
Supreme Court Report
Blood Simple: DWI Test Is Latest in a Series of SCOTUS 4th Amendment Cases
We Need to Talk: Sponsors of Judicial Recusal Proposal Seek More Input Before Going to House
Know Your Dough: Division Lends Support to Financial Literacy Project for High School Kids
It's Not Just the Economy: Congress Will Face a Full Agenda of Justice System Issues
Lawyers Giving Back
Invasion of the House Snatchers: Some See Foreclosures as Key to Rent-Free Living
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