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self-study/Family Law

Guide to Family Court “Buzzwords” (Part 2)

By Patti C. Ratekin

self-study/Family Law

Guide to Family Court “Buzzwords” (Part 1)

By Patti C. Ratekin

self-study/Legal Ethics

How much can judges socialize with lawyers?

By Wendy L. Patrick

self-study/Implicit bias and the promotion of bias-reducing strategies

Promoting integrity and inclusion: California’s formal recognition of the link between civility and bias

By Wendy L. Patrick

self-study/Court Rules and Procedures

'Superior to what?' A brief explication of complication

By Benjamin G. Shatz

self-study/Legal Ethics

Appellate ruling limits appearances by trustees and executors in pro per

By Mark J. Phillips, Jake V. Phillips

self-study/Evidence

Last words: On dying declarations

By Ashfaq G. Chowdhury

self-study/Legal Ethics

Lessons learned from classic fictional attorneys

By Joanna L. Storey Mishler

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Bakery case before Supreme Court shows knead for clarity of FAA exemption

By Rex Darrell Berry

self-study/Evidence

How to do things with words

By Ashfaq G. Chowdhury

self-study/Constitutional Law

Who gets to punish members of the National Guard?

By Eileen C. Moore

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

New SEC rules create industry chaos

By Sara L. Terheggen

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

Beyond rescheduling: reimagining cannabis policy for a more just society

By Warren Arndt, Allison B. Margolin

self-study/Corporate

Recent affirmative action ruling may impact private sector DEI initiatives

By James La Rocca, Emily Burkhardt Vicente

self-study/Contracts

Insurance bad faith litigation: Pre-suit and time-limited demands

By Reza Torkzadeh, Allen P. Wilkinson

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

ADR legal issues haven't waned: Here are the most important decisions so far this year

By Paul Dubow

self-study/Evidence

Civil litigation hearsay exceptions

By Elia V. Pirozzi, Alex Ricciardulli

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Timing is everything when mediating a case

By Lindsey Bayman

self-study/Discrimination

Sexual harassment offensive conduct continues

By Aya Z. Elalami, Arthur F. Silbergeld

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