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Women are squarely in the picture where law and technology combine
Lawyers' definitions of virtual practice vary, but not when it comes to finding success
SCOTUS ruling could complicate laws on impaired driving
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Google Glass is already causing legal experts to see problems
Website raises legal questions about homeowners and tenants hosting travelers
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ReInvent Law's message is change for the client's benefit
The venerable Martindale-Hubbell says it's still viable, vital
Catch up with tech or lose your career, judges warn lawyers
Year-end results show less growth than expected for big firms
Cloud-based e-discovery can mean big savings for smaller firms
Retirement planning includes caring for your health
April 8, 1895: Income tax ruled unconstitutitional
Ax these terms from your legal writing
An uptick in service animals on airplanes is sparking controversy
Alternative rocker's crusade against lyric websites highlights copyright violations
Drag racing attorneys put the pedal to the metal
Drexel University's law school puts naming rights back on the table
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Low-tech high court to weigh police search of smartphones
ABA House of Delegates approves dues increase
ABA looks to aid underserved clients and underemployed lawyers
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'After the JD' study shows many leave law practice
Changes to bar pass standards delayed by lack of state data, panel says
Speakers blast no-tenure accreditation plan at Legal Ed hearing
Racial imbalance feeds school-to-prison pipeline
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Kicking the IRS when it's down should be considered very, very carefully
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