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Ginsburg, an icon of America's judicial system, was the second woman appointed to the Court. She served for more than 27 years.



Columns

Law Practice, Civil Rights


Constitutional Law, Civil Rights

‘We the People’: 100 years of perspective on the 19th Amendment

Sep. 17, 2020
By Michelle Williams Court, Elizabeth A. White, Serena R. Murillo, Samantha P. Jessner, Julie R. F. Gerchik, Nicole Chollett Bershon, Amy Yerkey, Jennifer Leland

It is no secret that in 1776, when the Founding Fathers wrote the preamble to the U.S. Constitution, “We the People” did not i...




Podcasts

Podcast Host Howard Miller speaks with Arizona Justice Ann Timmer on Pathbreaking Rules and Lawyer Opportunities.


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Podcast Host Howard Miller interviews Daily Journal Capital Bureau chief Malcolm Maclachlan on important bills from the legisl...


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Upcoming Webinars

A webinar on venture capital and the women who are breaking the glass ceiling.



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Civil Rights

Bail Reform

Sep. 1, 2020

Bail reform efforts are sweeping the nation as jurisdictions consider measures to prevent pretrial detention solely on the bas...



Roundtables

Civil Litigation

CLASS ACTION ROUNDTABLE

Nov. 20, 2019
By Ben Armistead

Experts weigh in on significant class action developments



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Insights

Despite a very challenging regulatory climate, a few battery manufacturers are still scattered throughout Southern California.



Community News

Community News

The firm’s earnings went to Public Counsel, a non-profit firm which works to provide legal services to people who live at or b...



MCLE

SB 1159 extends California’s COVID-19 presumption of compensability

Sep. 18, 2020

On Thrusday, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 1159, w...

By Yvette Davis, Theodore A. Penny

Can you count?

Sep. 16, 2020

A guide to long-term leases, reassessments... and counting

By Guido I. Piotti

California Legislature 2020: New bills you immediately need to know

Sep. 4, 2020

Podcast Host Howard Miller interviews Daily Journal Capit...

By Howard B. Miller


Discipline Report

Discipline Report

September 2020

Sep. 1, 2020

Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations and public reprovals in California.


Discipline Report

August 2020

Aug. 3, 2020

Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations and public reprovals in California.


Discipline Report

July 2020

Jul. 1, 2020

Recent attorney disbarments, suspensions, probations and public reprovals in California.