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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


Mediation advocacy: A master class

By Peter D. Lichtman, Howard B. Miller

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


The future of DACA is far from clear

By Suria M. Bahadue, Ethan D. Dettmer

participatory/Family Law

A family lawyer meets the moment

By Howard B. Miller, Stacy D. Phillips

self-study/Civil Practice

The ‘catalyst theory’ of attorney fees

By Angela Reid


A new standard for determining waiver of work product privilege

By LaKeysia Beene, Jason E. Fellner

self-study/Intellectual Property

Recent developments in copyright law

By Neville L. Johnson, Douglas L. Johnson

participatory/Civil Procedure

Jurors, justice and technology

By Howard B. Miller, Douglas R. Young


The FDA and qualified health claims: a case study

By Charles Andres, David M. Hoffmeister, Georgia C. Ravitz, James R. Ravitz


Labor law and the now normal: COVID-19 and working from home

By Pankit J. Doshi, Howard B. Miller


NLRB decision runs over workers’ rights

By Ira L. Gottlieb


Crisis for justice: Courts, clients and judges

By Micha Star Liberty, Howard B. Miller

self-study/Class Actions

Trends emerge under Northern District’s class settlement guidelines

By Darren K. Cottriel, Brianne J. Kendall, Ann T. Rossum


Government Claims Act

By Jeffrey Y. Hamilton Jr., Alex Ricciardulli

participatory/Constitutional Law

The US Supreme Court saves DACA

By Howard B. Miller, Mark D. Rosenbaum


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