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Practice Technology

Artificial intelligence tools for brief writing and analysis are a small firm litigator’s new best friend

First Amendment

Protesters’ legal rights are up for debate


Lawyer disbarred following alleged cocaine-licking assault on employee at nightclub he owned

Tax Law

Baker McKenzie partner drops suit seeking IRS documents on partnership scrutiny

Constitutional Law

Litigation continues in federal actions alleging fraud with LDS tithings

Privacy Law

Family members sue networks after learning of loved ones’ deaths by seeing bodies on TV

Criminal Justice

Ex-BigLaw attorney once ‘consumed with remorse’ over $10M client theft sentenced in new scheme

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court allows disputed South Carolina voting map


Complaint targets ABA diversity programs; claims are ‘factually and legally incorrect,’ association says

U.S. Supreme Court

Alito’s beach house displayed ‘Appeal to Heaven’ flag, a ‘provocative symbol,’ report says

Law in Popular Culture

‘Unlocked’ shows how open cells and phone access can help inmates make better choices

Professional Liability

9 legal malpractice trends in 2024

Law in Popular Culture

‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ among winners of 2024 ABA Silver Gavel Awards

Law Firms

Motley Rice has filed ‘barrage of claims’ for drug cartel victims; is there an endgame?

Law Firms

Bookkeeper’s vacation was her undoing, civil suit says; discovery leads to plea in $2.5M theft

Legal Rebels Podcast

Will generative artificial intelligence (finally) spell the end of the billable hour?

Federal Government

Trump says he ‘would actually’ consider Texas AG Ken Paxton for US attorney general

Legal History

Artificial intelligence used to replicate Brown v. Board of Education oral arguments

Legal Education

ASU Law, Diné College create pathway for Navajo law degrees

U.S. Supreme Court

How ghostwritten Supreme Court briefs are used as a strategy

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