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Friday, February 8, 2019

Top Stories of the Week

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California Split: What's changed 1 year after the nation's largest bar became 2 entities?

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Chemerinsky: Supreme Court hints at big changes ahead

Bedbugs spotted on lawyer’s jacket lead to courthouse closure

Lawyer is suspended after conviction for chest bumping a prosecutor


Guardians of the Sixth Amendment

Read the short story named the winner of the sixth annual ABA Journal/Ross Writing Contest for Legal Short Fiction.

BigLaw partner files $20M suit claiming rape by bartender

Should Pacer be free? Advocates include Posner, ABA

Children paid for sex acts were aggressors, judge says while sentencing 67-year-old man

With $1M donation, this law school plans to build pipeline of lawyers who have disabilities

The case for bar associations: Why they matter

Ex-attorney on the run after failure to report to jail; his mother was found dead

Remaining InfiLaw school seeks nonprofit status

Despite stigma, online law school courses can pass the test, experts say

Prominent 1970s musicians sue music companies for copyright infringement

Wrongly released documents on student's drowning must not be published, judge rules

SCOTUS allows execution of Muslim prisoner to go forward without his imam present in 5-4 decision

County judge spots moving courtroom camera, finds sheriff zooming in on defense papers

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Sunday, Feb. 10, is the deadline to send us your best caption for this cartoon. The winner of our January-February challenge will see their caption and credit printed in an upcoming issue of the ABA Journal magazine.

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