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self-study/Land Use

In whose backyard?

By Michael M. Berger


Mobile messaging and e-discovery

By Gail A. Andler, Daniel B. Garrie

self-study/Civil Practice

Selected issues in malicious prosecution cases

By Reza Torkzadeh, Allen P. Wilkinson

self-study/Family Law

How to analyze a move-away case in family court

By Anne K. Richardson


Subtrust allocation: a primer for litigators

By Glen M. Reiser

participatory/Recognition and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession and Society

Legal impact of state bans on rights of LGBT individuals


Loss of consortium in personal injury litigation

By Reza Torkzadeh, Allen P. Wilkinson

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

ADR and this years’ most impactful decisions

By Paul Dubow

self-study/Court Rules and Procedures

English common law still reigns supreme

By Alexander Rufus-Isaacs


Gender dysphoria could be an ADA-protected disability

By Kamran Shahabi

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Recent SCOTUS opinions on arbitration statutes

By Patrick Burns, Gary A. Watt

self-study/Family Law

Minor’s Compromises and Possible Changes to Guardian Ad Litem Statutes

By David J. Cowan, Ben Futernick

self-study/Family Law

Introduction to Powers and Duties of Guardians Ad Litem

By David J. Cowan, Ben Futernick


Recreational land use immunity

By Reza Torkzadeh, Allen P. Wilkinson

self-study/Jury Practice

Mistrials and Good Cause to Excuse Jurors

By Serena R. Murillo


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