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self-study/Civil Practice

Limits on garnishment of low income debtors

By Thomas D. Long

self-study/Criminal Law

Brady disclosures

By Elia V. Pirozzi

participatory/Appellate Practice

Solicitor General Donald Verrilli

self-study/Appellate Practice

New Year's resolution: filing appeals on time

By Gary A. Watt

self-study/Legal Ethics

An anticipated evolution of fee-sharing

By David M. Majchrzak, Heather L. Rosing

self-study/Legal Ethics

Bar unleashes attorney blogging opinion

By Wendy Chang

self-study/Legal Malpractice

2016 in review: attorneys as defendants

By Kenneth C. Feldman, Alex A. Graft


Section 998 Update

self-study/Jury Practice

Conducting voir dire in civil trials

By Cherisse H.A. Cleofe, Elizabeth R. Feffer


Social media evidence: admissibility issues

By Mark Jackson

self-study/Legal Ethics

True Retainers: A Rare Breed

self-study/Constitutional Law

Right to privacy and civil discovery

By Patricia M. Lucas, Gary Nadler


Tips for using social media research during voir dire

By Michelle Sherman

self-study/Legal Ethics

Mandatory fee arbitration: a primer

By Kenneth E. Bacon

self-study/Legal Ethics

A new model anti-discrimination rule

By Wendy Chang


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