Lawyers share their tales of triumph and woe. This week: death and property.
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The State Bar gets tough on MCLE requirements.
Innocence Project lawyers march for clemency.
Business etiquette expert Crystal Rockwood offers her advice.
The line between business and pleasure may be thinner than you think.
Hunger strikes at Pelican Bay Prison prompt a class action challenging the constitutionality of indefinite solitary confinement.
Traveling abroad for business? Get a leg up on the madding crowd.
When writing, lawyers should be concise.
Once powerful players, local bar associations are becoming increasingly irrelevant.
To protect your client's business name, get a federal trademark registration.
A conversation with Paul Hoffman on human rights and the impact of the Alien Tort Statute.
Getting bad-mouthed in print or on TV is one thing, but when defamation occurs in cyberspace, there may be no effective legal remedy.
In divorce cases, a court may calculate support based on an income stream that one spouse has purchased from the other. But does the practice require the supporting spouse to pay twice?
Nearly 30 years after she got her JD, a journalist begins working as an attorney.
Margaret M. Russell reviews Bending Toward Justice.