Legal Rebels Essays

9 ABA Journal Legal Rebels Essays articles.

Afternoon Briefs: Rep. Tulsi Gabbard sues over Hillary Clinton gripe; court order doesn’t stop deportation

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard sues Hillary Clinton for ‘Russian asset’ comment about unnamed candidate

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a 2020 Democratic presidential primary candidate, has filed a defamation suit against Hillary Clinton…

Read 10 Law-Inspired Haiku, Contest Winners Announced

Corrected: The ABA Journal is pleased to announce that the Ross Essay Contest selection committee has chosen 10 winners in this year’s legal haiku challenge.

Editors sifted through nearly 450…

This Year’s Ross Essay Contest Is a Haiku Throwdown: Winners Get a Share of $5,000 in Prize Money
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In this year’s Ross Essay Contest, we’re looking for 17 syllables that address one of these five topics: Innovation, Inspiration, Law Practice, On…

BigLaw Resources Can Do the Most Good

Editor’s Note: We asked readers to write an essay or record a video telling us how large firms can innovate. This was the actual question: “How can large firms change…

Solo Dreams of Full-Functioning Digital Messaging Assistant

Editor’s Note: We asked solo practitioners to write an essay or record a video telling us how they innovate. Specifically, they were asked to answer this question: “What innovation will be most valuable to you in your future practice as a solo practitioner?”

5 Business Model Innovations Solos Need to Truly Compete with BigLaw

Editor’s Note: We asked solo practitioners to write an essay or record a video telling us how they innovate. Specifically, they were asked to answer this question: “What innovation will be most valuable to you in your future practice as a solo practitioner?”

Now’s the Time for Solos to Reach for the Cloud

Editor’s Note: We asked solo practitioners to write an essay or record a video telling us how they innovate. Specifically, they were asked to answer this question: “What innovation will be most valuable to you in your future practice as a solo practitioner?”

Solo’s Most Reliable Innovation Is Only a Click Away

Editor’s Note: We asked solo practitioners to write an essay or record a video telling us how they innovate. Specifically, they were asked to answer this question: “What innovation will be most valuable to you in your future practice as a solo practitioner?”

Solo Hungers for ‘Time Machine’ to Correct Missteps on Path to Law Practice

Editor’s Note: We asked solo practitioners to write an essay or record a video telling us how they innovate. Specifically, they were asked to answer this question: “What innovation will be most valuable to you in your future practice as a solo practitioner?”




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