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Mindfulness practice can be a life-changer for law students, lawyers and judges

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general/Alternative Dispute Resolution

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special/Legal Ethics

ANALYSIS: Rule 1.18

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special/Legal Ethics

The disruptive and controversial new rules

By Neil J Wertlieb

special/Legal Ethics

ANALYSIS: Rules 5.1, 5.2 & 5.3

By Amy L. Bomse

special/Legal Ethics

ANALYSIS: Rule 1.7

By Amy L. Bomse

special/Legal Ethics

The entirely new rules

By Neil J Wertlieb

special/Legal Ethics

ANALYSIS: Rule 1.15

By David C. Carr

general/Legal Ethics

ANALYSIS: Rule 1.8.5

By Whitney Carlson

special/Legal Ethics

The uncontroversial, but important new rules

By Neil J Wertlieb

special/Legal Ethics

The new conduct rules: a snapshot

By Wendy Chang

special/Legal Ethics

ANALYSIS: Rule 5.4

By David M. Majchrzak, Heather L. Rosing

participatory/Appellate Practice

Empirical Kavanaugh

general/Intellectual Property

Secret sales and prior art

By Craig E. Countryman

general/Intellectual Property

The writing is on the wall: Copyright protection for street art

By Victoria Burke

general/Appellate Practice

Slumming it with facts on appeal, part 2 — going to the 909

By Benjamin G. Shatz

general/Intellectual Property

When does the parody defense in trademark cases fail?

By Caitlin C. Conway, Peter Harvey

special/Legal Ethics

Conflict waiver enforceability

By Stephen L. Raucher

general/Criminal Law

Will the court upend the dual sovereign doctrine?

By Craig E. Countryman

general/Intellectual Property

The race to register: Will copyright applicants win or lose?

By Rod S. Berman, Remi Salter, Jessica Bromall Sparkman

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