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self-study/Appellate Practice

Writ review

By Donald Horvath

participatory/Alternative Dispute Resolution

A Tentative Proposal

self-study/Contracts

E-signatures & the law

By Charles N. Bahlert, Patrick J. Wingfield

self-study/Civil Procedure

Anti-SLAPP conundrum: Navigating the still-uncharted waters

By A. Marco Turk

self-study/Civil Procedure

Anti-SLAPP conundrum: Navigating the still-uncharted waters

By A. Marco Turk

participatory/Appellate Practice

Clarifying the Clean Water Act

participatory/Appellate Practice

Establishment Clause at a Crossroads


self-study/Civil Practice

Winning the war: Destroy your opponent’s expert in 5 steps

By Kristina Azlin, Vito Costanzo

participatory/Appellate Practice

The Nascent, Nebulous NIFLA Doctrine


self-study/Legal Ethics

Legal ethics, personal conscience and higher notions of morality

By A. Marco Turk

self-study/Civil Practice

Personal Injury Liens: An Overview

By Lars C. Johnson

self-study/Employment

Employing veterans in California

By Eileen C. Moore

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

When speed surveys are necessary

By Jason A. Clay

participatory/Appellate Practice

Securities Law Special

self-study/Consumer Law

The California Consumer Privacy Act

By Stephanie Duchene, Peter Stockburger

self-study/Employment

The Joint-Employer Dance

By Benjamin Carney, Thomas O'Connell

participatory/Appellate Practice

No Census Consensus


self-study/Torts

Ethical pitfalls to avoid with personal injury liens

By Lars C. Johnson

participatory/Appellate Practice

Does Free Speech End at Probable Cause?


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