Winter 2015

Regrets, I’ve Had a Few


Regrets, I’ve Had a Few

Twelve veteran lawyers comment on what they regret—or don’t—about their careers.

Litigators can help the homeless through the Homeless Experience Legal Protection project.

A federal judge details his remorse over mistakes made on the bench.

Technology is an essential, inescapable part of practicing law.

How to use the structure of a sentence to influence what readers think of the actions it describes.

Just how divergent are the European and American notions of privacy?

Litigators should start questioning the inclusion of standard provisions that actually make little sense.

If they look around them, litigators will recognize many in the legal system as quiet heroes.

An examination of the ethics rules around obtaining medical records.


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