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self-study/Criminal Law

Review the rules requiring corroboration of accomplice testimony

By Gregg L. Prickett

self-study/Real Estate

SB 1079 is a set back for both lenders and borrowers

By Robert S. McWhorter, Jarrett Osborne-Revis


The ever-changing saga of the joint-employer doctrine

By Mellissa A. Schafer

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

The world today: Resolving international technology disputes

By Howard B. Miller


California’s new diversity mandate for corporate boards

By Jennifer Rubin


Bar Exam Agonistes

By Howard B. Miller


Ruling corrects troubling unemployment insurance claim trend

By Mai Linh Spencer


Judicial Council: Justice and rules

By Howard B. Miller


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

By Yvette Davis, Theodore A. Penny

self-study/Real Estate

Can you count?

By Guido I. Piotti


Arizona leads: Access to justice, innovative financing and legal paraprofessionals

By Howard B. Miller, Ann Timmer


California Legislature 2020: New bills you immediately need to know

By Howard B. Miller

participatory/Criminal Law

Bail Reform


Review new Title IX regulations, effective this month

By Pilar Morin, Anni Safarloo, David A. Urban

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

How scared should we be? Vacatur of arbitration awards in the wake of Monster Energy

By Dustin Chase-Woods, Blaine I. Green


Mediation advocacy: A master class

By Peter D. Lichtman, Howard B. Miller


The future of DACA is far from clear

By Suria M. Bahadue, Ethan D. Dettmer

self-study/Civil Practice

The ‘catalyst theory’ of attorney fees

By Angela Reid

participatory/Family Law

A family lawyer meets the moment

By Howard B. Miller, Stacy D. Phillips


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