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TortSource, the newest addition to the TIPS periodical family, highlights topical tort and insurance law issues and includes technology advice, practice tips and updates on continuing legal education programming.  "When I Was A New Lawyer," "Legislative Update," "In Motion" and a host of other unique columns round out each issue of this quarterly newsletter.

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