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general/Appellate Practice

Mooting mootness

By Benjamin G. Shatz

general/Appellate Practice

Mooting mootness

By Benjamin G. Shatz

general/Civil Practice

Private attorney general attorney fees

By Matthew Ross

participatory/Appellate Practice

Left, Right & Gorsuch


general/Criminal Practice

Criminal continuances: Court culture creates calendar congestion

By Jaime R. Román

general/Estate Planning

Preparing a proper certificate of independent review

By Arthur J. Harris, Kavin Williams

general/Intellectual Property

The brave new world of patent law

By Steven J. Corr, Andrea Weiss Jeffries, Daniel Kazhdan, Jennifer Swize

general/Appellate Practice

Navigating Appeals

By Gary A. Watt

special/Legal Ethics

Avoiding the problem of vicarious disqualification

By Linda W. Greenberg

participatory/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Unqualified Immunity?


general/Litigation

Back to basics: establishment claims in false advertising cases

By August T. Horvath

participatory/Appellate Practice

Dorf on Reinhardt; Second Amendment


general/E-Discovery

How lawyers can better engage the bench in e-discovery

By Judy Holzer Hersher

participatory/Appellate Practice

The Power to Declare (Trade) War


participatory/Appellate Practice

'NIFLA v. Becerra' Panel

special/Legal Ethics

Disaster readiness: Ethics in a new age

By Heather L. Rosing

participatory/Appellate Practice

Sanctuary and Supremacy

participatory/Appellate Practice

Constitutional Right to Facebook Posts?


participatory/Appellate Practice

Speech-Free Polling Places?

participatory/Appellate Practice

Permissible Admission?


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