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participatory/Appellate Practice

Open Carry and the 'Core' of the Second Amendment

self-study/Appellate Practice

Avoid common mistakes to give your writ petition a better chance

By Sharon Baumgold

self-study/Civil Practice

Mandatory court reporters for indigent litigants

By Jens B. Koepke

self-study/Appellate Practice

A riddle (almost) as old as California

By Brian M. Hoffstadt

participatory/Appellate Practice

Considering Kavanaugh

self-study/Employment

An Epic shadow over PAGA

By Edward F. Donohue III

self-study/Discrimination

California's Capitol in the #MeToo Era

self-study/Appellate Practice

What a judge wants

By Joshua C. Williams

participatory/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Can Interest Rates be Unconscionable?

self-study/Constitutional Law

What the high court said in OT ’17

By James Azadian, David Boyadzhyan

self-study/Employment

Who’s an employee? The impact of Dynamex

By Dariush Adli

participatory/Appellate Practice

The End of the Kennedy Court


participatory/Appellate Practice

Waiving in the Dark?

self-study/Discovery

The discovery that is different

By Michael J. Raphael

self-study/Employment

Workers’ compensation and personal injury lawsuits

By Lars C. Johnson

self-study/Employment

Maintaining privilege in attorney-led investigations

By Gregory W. Knopp, Galit A. Knotz, Stephanie P. Priel

self-study/Torts

To settle or not to settle with a joint tortfeasor?

By Lars C. Johnson

participatory/Appellate Practice

Void for Overlap?


self-study/Appellate Practice

Citing the uncitable

By Benjamin G. Shatz

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