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Legal Rebels 2014
Looking back on Zubulake, 10 years later
Prisoner exonerations are at an all-time high, and it's not because of DNA testing
As we honor the past, we need fresh thinking to ensure access to justice for all
Letters: Judging Posner
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Federal medical-privacy law frustrates ID theft victims
Business of Law
Akerman takes time to find new ideas for client service
Helping businesses keep employees safe from intimate partner violence on the job
A lawyer's value, hour by hour
Matchmaking website connects plaintiffs to litigation funding, but is that ethical?
Investors sharpen focus on legal services
Sept. 3, 1838: Frederick Douglass escapes to freedom
Lawyer forms a national group to link food truck associations
Some places are still off-limits for selfies
California court decision lets retailers breathe easy
Supreme Court Report
Home-care aides don't owe union fees, but court stops short of overruling a key precedent
New ABA President William Hubbard wants to close legal services delivery gap for poor
ABA Publishing puts growing emphasis on legal books that interest general audiences
Program will mobilize lawyers to help reduce VA claims processing backlog
Birth of a Nation: Find unclaimed land, and you can be king!
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