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Bar Exam

ABA law school accreditation not necessarily needed to take Indiana bar exam, top state court decides

Law Professors

Law prof who wrote about ‘the law school scam’ settles discrimination suit for $160K

Criminal Justice

Prosecutors blame disclosure of attorney-client texts on ‘cavalier legal representation’ by ‘Rust’ armorer’s lawyer

Law Professors

Law prof presses male sex-bias allegations in new suit after federal judge tosses his Title IX claim

Real Estate & Property Law

Florida can’t enforce law blocking real estate purchases by Chinese citizens against 2 plaintiffs, court rules

Bar Exam

Revised bar exam won’t use software that caused tech problems for some test-takers

Features

2024 Legal Rebels: Game-changing AI

President's Letter

AI and the Legal Landscape: Do not fear a zombie apocalypse

Law Firms

How law firms can maintain office culture in the age of remote working

Your Voice

ABA Well-Being Pledge Turns 5: Progress has been made, but more is needed

10 Questions

10 Questions: In crafting a new career, this Texas contracts attorney created a community

The National Pulse

Law students and future doctors learn about the legal challenges they may face in special seminar

Members Who Inspire

GC Fatheree III uses real estate law skills for history-making pro bono cases

Legal Rebels Profiles

Head of the Class: Law schools consider post-ChatGPT coursework

Cover Story

These Public Service Loan Forgiveness applicants have seen their student debt erased

The Modern Law Library

Yale Law’s Owen Fiss talks about threats to democracy and ‘Why We Vote’

U.S. Supreme Court

Justice Sotomayor says she’s tired and working harder than ever, but she’s not giving up

Prosecutors

Prosecutors are ‘quitting in droves,’ and it’s bad news for defendants, law prof says

Your Voice

Carnegie and Me: Refuting the culture war on American libraries

Election Law

2020 Supreme Court decision offers ‘dangerous’ path for stealing election, legal scholars say

First Amendment

Citing book vendors’ First Amendment rights, 5th Circuit blocks sexual-content rating requirement

Law Firms

Is BigLaw mostly liberal? SCOTUS amicus briefs indicate answer is yes, especially in significant cases

Civil Procedure

Northwestern law prof’s $5K charitable donation isn’t substitute for attorney fees sanction, federal judge says

The Modern Law Library

Access to justice can be achieved, says ‘Law Democratized’ author—but not without change

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court once again ‘leapfrogging’ appeals court in decision to hear Idaho emergency abortion case

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