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self-study/Civil Practice

Law and motion overview

By Sunil R. Kulkarni

self-study/Family Law

The family law declaration: a relatively brief history

By Scott J. Nord

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

Change Lawyers; Change Generations; Changed Legal Profession

By Howard B. Miller

self-study/Constitutional Law

OT20: It’s a wrap

By James Azadian, Becky James

self-study/Appellate Practice

50 ways to leave your appeal

By Benjamin G. Shatz

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Third-party discovery in arbitration: Be careful what you ask for

By Amy Semmel

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

The California Taxman Cometh: Impact, Complying, and Avoiding

By Howard B. Miller

self-study/Civil Practice

Competency in the civil litigation arena

By Scott J. Nord

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

Bench trials on appeal: top tips for preserving appellate issues

By Elizabeth A. Evans, Arezoo Jamshidi

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

The growing split over presuming irreparable harm in federal trade secret cases

By Conor Tucker

self-study/Appellate Practice

On amicus letters

By Myron Moskovitz

self-study/Family Law

271 sanctions: game changer or just the bogeyman?

By Scott J. Nord

self-study/Appellate Practice

The importance of judicial economy

By David M. Axelrad

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

Ralph Baxter: Major part of legal system is broken. But it can be fixed.

By Howard B. Miller

self-study/Criminal Law

Plain view doctrine: What you see is what you get

By Gary S. Paer

self-study/Civil Practice

Pandemic-era appellate rulings take on arbitration issues

By Neville L. Johnson, Douglas L. Johnson

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

Recent USPTO Director Andrei Iancu: Innovate or Decline and Fail

By Howard B. Miller

self-study/Estate Planning

Proving testamentary capacity in suits involving tortious interference with inheritance

By Mark J. Phillips, Jake V. Phillips

self-study/Family Law

But we agreed! Domestic violence and custody disputes

By Scott J. Nord

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