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participatory/Appellate Practice

Sanctuary and Supremacy

participatory/Appellate Practice

Constitutional Right to Facebook Posts?

participatory/Appellate Practice

Speech-Free Polling Places?

participatory/Appellate Practice

Permissible Admission?

participatory/Appellate Practice

Sugar Wars: A New Hope

self-study/Expert Testimony

Prevent experts from presenting hearsay to the jury

By Geoffrey T. Macbride

participatory/Appellate Practice

DACA and the Limits of Reliance

participatory/Appellate Practice

An 'Unsettling' Reversal?

self-study/Legal Ethics

Ethics and the Silence-Breakers


Are Student Interns Employees?

self-study/Legal Ethics

In the Matter of Ethics

By Brian Slome

self-study/Legal Malpractice

Attorneys as defendants in 2017

By Kenneth C. Feldman, Alex A. Graft

self-study/Jury Practice

Batson/Wheeler objections to peremptory challenges

By Gregory L. Prickett

self-study/Real Estate

Residential Solar Rights

self-study/Law Practice Management

Count 1: Practicing law without a license

By Stephen Allen Jamieson, Ralph Barat Saltsman, Stephen Warren Solomon

self-study/Legal Ethics

A new model anti-discrimination rule

By Wendy Chang


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