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For young people, transgender life means stress and confusion over restrooms, sports and harassment
Judge Jed Rakoff’s stance on the SEC deals draws fire, praise--and change
Legal Access Job Corps will place law grads in areas with unmet legal needs
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Miami-Dade's overburdened PD's office may decline new clients, Florida court says
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Labor lawyer lands a labor of love—planting mediation firmly in India
ABA is looking for a few good lawyers to help members of the military
Rough winter ahead, in terms of law firm growth
Attorney meshes her yoga and law practice
Some solos say advertising in the Yellow Pages is still worth it
Oct. 21, 2003: Florida enters the Terri Schiavo case
Summer camp offers adults a detox from their digital devices
New York Starbucks workers sue over the company tip policy
Law prof creates textbook and course around hit show 'The Wire'
Scorned as 'copyright troll,' poet fights back in verse
Hearsay: Social media remorse
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Campaign funding and affirmative action come back before the Supreme Court
Attorney general's speech reflects ABA push against overcriminalization
Legal ed council offers choice on law professors' job security
Ex-secretary of state Hillary Clinton calls for voting rights action
House of Delegates supports key measure to fight human trafficking
New ABA President James Silkenat sets his agenda
Technology advances will put mobility into trials, doing more for less
Remembering ex-ABA leader Bert Early, whose 'legacy of service and achievement will endure'
Award-winning reporter John Gibeaut dies at 61
Situations you thought had vanished may rise to remind you that the law never forgets
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