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Industry, not practice, makes perfect
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Aug. 12, 1998: Swiss banks settle Holocaust claims
New laws are cracking down on puppy mills and pet shops
New documentary looks back at the Pamela Smart murder trial
Center studying law and culture moves to NYU
Consumer activists seek to challenge 'protectionist' funeral laws
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ABA Annual Meeting in Boston features a new format to reduce conflicts, inspire a sense of community
Legal ed section presents its review of accreditation standards to ABA House this month
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Cops can't be everywhere, so citizens fill the void
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