ABA Journal articles.

Bringing Them Back to Doe

Pseudonyms Are on the Rise, But Many Judges Question Need to Mask Plaintiff IDs

Finite Federalism

In Recent Cases, Supreme Court Puts the Brakes on its Drive for States’ Rights

Strength in Members

Help Advance the Association’s Goals Through ABA Day and the Annual Meeting

Take a Bite Out of Spam

Junk E-mail Can Be a Vexing Problem Without Management Tools

Hidden Agendas

Unlocking Invisible Electronic Codes Can Reveal Deleted Text, Revisions

Computer Cops on the Case

Check Compliance With Software Licenses to Avoid Alliance’s Wrath

Notices

Proposed Amendments to the Constitution and Bylaws

How High-Tech Are Courts?

States Ready to Emulate Federal Standard If They Could Just Get Financing

Punitive Precision

Defense Lawyers Say New Jury Instructions Are Needed to Target Arbitrary Awards

Business Casual

Cocktails and Light Bites Are Best When Entertaining Colleagues and Clients

Red Hook Experiment

In This Brooklyn Neighborhood, Justice Has a Distinct Community Flavor

Tough Call

Despite the Dangers, There Can Be Benefits to Putting a Defendant on the Stand

Compound Interests

Some Associates Prefer Discussing Hobbies Over Law During On-Campus Interviews

Practice What You Preach

Don’t Wait for a Crisis Before Updating Your Partnership Agreement

Advice from Within

More Firms Are Commandeering Partners to Serve as General Counsel

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