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special/Legal Ethics

Ethical duties and data breaches

By Alison Buchanan

participatory/Appellate Practice

What Interests the Public?


‘Go ahead then... prove it!’

By Brian M. Hoffstadt

general/Appellate Practice

Be careful what you wish for

By Christopher Cottle, Paul Katz

participatory/Appellate Practice

With a Lot of Help From Their Friends


Instructing the jury on the use of common sense

By Steven S. Kimball

general/Civil Practice

Sports Betting in a Post-PASPA World

By Tai Hsia, Jake Williams

general/Criminal Law

Impeachment of a witness with prior acts

By Gregg L. Prickett, Alex Ricciardulli

general/Education Law

Trilogy of cases leads the way on due process for students

By David Urban

participatory/Appellate Practice

An Uncertain Climate for Environmental Suits


Avoiding fraudulent transfers by debtors in bankruptcy cases

By Stuart B. Rodgers

special/Competence Issues (Addressing Substance Abuse and Physical/Mental Impairment)

Mindfulness practice can be a life-changer for law students, lawyers and judges

By A. Marco Turk

general/Alternative Dispute Resolution

What you need to know about mediation confidentiality

By Lars C. Johnson

special/Legal Ethics

ANALYSIS: Rules 5.1, 5.2 & 5.3

By Amy L. Bomse

special/Legal Ethics

ANALYSIS: Rule 1.7

By Amy L. Bomse

special/Legal Ethics

ANALYSIS: Rule 5.4

By David M. Majchrzak, Heather L. Rosing

special/Legal Ethics

The uncontroversial, but important new rules

By Neil J Wertlieb

general/Legal Ethics

ANALYSIS: Rule 1.8.5

By Whitney Carlson

special/Legal Ethics

The new conduct rules: a snapshot

By Wendy Chang

special/Legal Ethics

The disruptive and controversial new rules

By Neil J Wertlieb


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