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self-study/Jury Practice

Batson/Wheeler objections to peremptory challenges

By Gregory L. Prickett

self-study/Law Practice Management

Count 1: Practicing law without a license

By Stephen Allen Jamieson, Ralph Barat Saltsman, Stephen Warren Solomon

self-study/Real Estate

Residential Solar Rights

self-study/Court Rules and Procedures

Courts’ calculation of attorney fees

By Matthew Ross

self-study/Criminal Law

Security concerns in the courtroom

By Jacqueline A. Connor

self-study/Legal Ethics

Representing Joint Clients

self-study/Civil Practice

Anti-SLAPP motions and attorney fees

By Matthew Ross

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Jumping the gun on arbitrability in the 9th Circuit

By Michael McCauley, Daniel D. McMillan


Additional insureds and bad faith

By Kirk A. Pasich

self-study/Criminal Practice

Learn the basics of Marsden motions

By Gregory L. Prickett

self-study/Appellate Practice

When the 9th Circuit turns to the California Supreme Court

By Peder K. Batalden, Felix Shafir

self-study/Family Law

Spousal support and ‘changed circumstances’

By Robert A. Roth

self-study/Legal Malpractice

The timeliness of attorney malpractice claims

By Scott P. Dixler


Insurance policies and breach of contract exclusions

By Shaun H. Crosner


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