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Cross-Examination: Beyond Lead, Lead, Lead

In their latest Trial Advocacy Column in the New York Law Journal, Top New York Personal Injury Attorneys Ben Rubinowitz and Evan Torgan write: To be effective with cross-examination, the trial attorney must know what her objective is and how … Continue reading

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Does Belief Beyond a Reasonable Doubt Require Unanimity Among Jurors?

Youngjae Lee, Reasonable Doubt and Disagreement, 23 Legal Theory 203 (2017). Barbara Levenbook Although in most states and in the federal system, the law’s answer to the title question is “yes,” Youngjae Lee’s answer—with a qualification it will take the … Continue reading

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NTIA’s International Internet Policy Priorities for 2018 and Beyond

On July 20, 2018, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (“NTIA”) published comments it received from a wide array of tech and telecom companies, trade groups, civil society, academia, and others regarding its “international Internet policy … Continue reading

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Go Above and Beyond Without Being a Pushover

Go above and beyond, but set some boundaries for the sake of Pete. Otherwise, you’ll end up swamped with work you never expected and unable to get your own things done. There is a “me” in “team”. “Remember when you … Continue reading

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Just how meaningful is coincidence, beyond the statistics? | Aeon Essays

What so much of the question around meaningful coincidence comes down to is how you choose to fill the vacuum of life’s mysteries. Is the realm of the unknown a place of spirituality and existential significance for you, or does … Continue reading

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