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IBM, GE, Facebook, Google and the law—lessons learned, or lessons forgotten?

Group in Harvard admissions case wants to show how school discriminated against Jews

Netflix's new series 'First and Last' accurately details many aspects of county jail life

Former Skadden partner may face charges related to Manafort-linked Ukraine report

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Lawyers and cognitive decline

A lawyer with cognitive impairment risks violating the first rule of ethics: the duty of competency. Lawyers in solo or small firms often feel the impact more because there aren’t others in the office to pick up the slack.

ABA releases new ethics guidance on dealing with disasters

Supreme Court denies emergency stay regarding secrecy of donors to political nonprofits

Do better than 1991, Anita Hill writes about Kavanaugh confirmation hearings

What storytelling lessons have you learned during your legal career?

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Rock icon Bruce Springsteen left an impression on author Philip N. Meyer. Did someone from music or the arts influence you and how did that happen? Answer in the comments.

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