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The Mobile Lawyer
Unlikely allies join in a push to require warrants for access to digital communications
Slavery continues to haunt the modern world, but efforts to eradicate it are growing
Law Day reminds us that we must continue to fight inequality in all its forms
Letters: Islam, Women and the Law
The National Pulse
More unpaid interns say they want to be compensated
More states see tort limits challenged as unconstitutional
Business of Law
Reality bytes: New ABA rules require you to get with tech program--like it or not
Cloudy opinions: Online activities are still in the Wild West of regulation
5 tech policies law firms should consider to prep for job departures
Predictive coding is on the rise in courts
Lax data security can cost you clients
Virtual law firm plans to multiply like magic
Set a schedule to dump useless info
April 3, 1996: The Unabomber is apprehended
What judges really think about the phrase 'May it please the Court?'
Legal battles over gardens are sprouting up across the country
Yale law librarian debunks 'the whole 9 yards'
Foreclosure attorney wins prize for uncovering 'robosigning'
Leon Jaworski's name is the first to go as his firm grows
71 percent of young people surveyed would favor an individual over an insurance company at trial
Supreme Court Report
Court weighs whether a prosecutor can use a defendant's refusal to answer a question
Ethics 20/20 Commission's last proposals draw little dissent
DA says lawyers should push for change in stand-your-ground laws
Should hacked firms be cybercops?
Arab Spring brings no thaw for women's rights
ABA president-elect confirmed, woman of color next in line
Gun violence issue surfaces at House of Delegates
Task force collects ideas on legal education reform
Lawyers giving back
Lovely lass learns that looks are litigable
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