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Supreme Court refuses to block California restrictions on religious services
A divided U.S. Supreme Court refused Friday night to block restrictions on religious services in California.
The latest season of AMC’s ‘Better Call Saul’ focuses on the art of the bargain
Over the years, I’ve written a few law in pop culture columns focusing on AMC’s Better Call Saul. Not only is the show extremely entertaining, but it’s also a testament to the modern television crime drama. It absolutely excels in every aspect. The writing is fantastic, the acting is incredible, and the production and cinematography are about as close to flawless as you can get.
Lawyer certified as emergency medical technician calls on his experience during COVID-19 crisis

“I am able to use my skills to help with the board, to help with meal organization, and to help with providing supplemental staffing at a time when more than ever an EMT is needed,” says lawyer Christopher Jennison, an ABA member, employment and labor counsel with the Federal Aviation Administration, and assembly clerk of the ABA’s Young Lawyers Division.

Lawyers and the ABA must show resilience in tackling pandemic challenges
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Ballot box battles are more high-stakes than ever
Dale Minami discusses his life of fighting injustice
New implicit-bias tool offers insight and answers
Once in prison for life, this New Jersey lawyer’s story has inspired an ABC TV series
New study looks at the prison system’s failure to address women’s health and safety behind bars
Do police drones foster trust or threaten civil rights and privacy?

Police say unmanned aerial systems can build trust in the community by deescalating incidents. Critics warn, however, that drones sow fear and distrust.

Awards are great marketing tools, but they’re not all created equal
Some lawyers have baked their political views into their firms’ DNA

It’s long been acknowledged that politics should be a topic avoided on dates, at family gatherings and at work. But for some attorneys, being political has become part of their business model.

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