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Another Elite Law Firm Kicks Mandatory Arbitration To The Curb
Author Kathryn Rubino/Above the Law: It isn’t surprising this firm is against mandatory arbitration.
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California Spearheads Lawsuit Over Trump’s Weaker Emission Standards
Author /Law.com: The lawsuit marks the state’s 60th lawsuit against the Trump administration.          
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2 Key Lawyers in Whistleblower Saga Have Lauded Oversight. Now, They Are Divided
Author /Law.com: The two men have publicly split over whether a whistleblower complaint involving the Trump administration should be handed over to the House Intelligence Committee.          
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Georgia Lynching Leads 11th Circuit to Rethink Grand Jury Secrecy
Author /Law.com: The full Eleventh Circuit is asking lawyers to address whether the court should scrap its 1984 precedent allowing federal judges to unseal grand jury records in an “exceptional situation.”          
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Sharing Is Caring, Says Firm That Made Its Tech Open-Source
Author /Law.com: Travers Smith joined a growing list of law firms creating legal tech tools, but unlike their counterparts, it’s providing the coding to use and edit its email management tool for free.          
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Secretary Buyouts, Slain Florida Law Prof, Gorsuch’s Guidance: What You Said
Author /Law.com: Are legal secretaries becoming superfluous? One of the biggest quotes from the week in legal news talks about how firms are doing away with the position          
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High Turnover at Main Justice, Another Firm Ditches Arbitration, Client or Deepfake? The Morning Minute
Author /Law.com: Here’s the news you need to start your day.          
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Foley Hoag And Rosa J. Nunez Aim To Take Diversity And Inclusion Efforts To The Next Level
Author Renwei Chung/Above the Law: “Woke up feeling like I just might run for president / Even if there ain’t no precedent, switching up the messaging / I’m about to add a little estrogen.” — Lizzo Last week, Foley Hoag
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More Grit, Less ‘Polish.’ What It Means to Be a First Generation Lawyer
Author /Law.com: Being the first in one’s family to hold a professional job—or perhaps even go to college—creates a unique set of challenges for new attorneys.          
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The LexisNexis Tech Accelerator and Access to Justice
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: At least four of the recently announced beneficiaries of the latest round of the LexisNexis Tech Accelerator programme could legitimately argue that they are addressing access to justice issues. They cover the
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Take me to the ThoughtRiver
Author /The Global Legal Post | Latest:
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Comment: The future of legaltech
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: The legal services profession is slowly but surely waking up to the potential of new technologies to disrupt and transform, says Katie Chung, assistant director at private equity firm Dunedin.
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