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Anticipating The Future Of Law

Anticipating The Future Of Law

If you’re a lawyer who spends any amount of time online, you’ll soon discover that the “future of law” has become a cottage industry unto itself. There are professors, pundits, lawyers-turned-consultants, all peddling their version of the future of the ...

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Book Review: The Emergency Sasquatch Ordinance

Book Review: The Emergency Sasquatch Ordinance

This past week, I was pleased to receive a copy of Kevin Underhill’s new book The Emergency Sasquatch Ordinance: And Other Real Laws that Human Beings Actually Dreamed Up. I’ve been looking forward to reading it for some time as Lowering ...

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Avvo: Spamalicious

Avvo: Spamalicious

Texas criminal-defense lawyer Mark Bennett has been on a tear recently. In a series of posts, Bennett systematically cuts through the arguments for “revenge porn” statutes, displaying why any such statute would likely be held unconstitutional: Six Ways to Screw ...

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Law . com: Help Us Help Ourselves

Law . com: Help Us Help Ourselves

So apparently the folks over at Law.com decided they want to be the Huffington Post. From Robert Ambrogi: ALM revealed that it will be pushing out a major overhaul of the Law.com website by the end of November and that, ...

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Book Review: Life After Law

Book Review: Life After Law

This past week I received an advance review copy of Life After Law: Finding Work You Love With the J.D. You Have, by Liz Brown. Brown is a former litigation partner at a large international law firm.  She graduated from Harvard College ...

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