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How to Draft a Contract with Severability in Mind

Don’t want the baby thrown out with the bathwater? Use a “severability” or a “partial invalidity” clause to prevent a court from declaring an entire contract invalid or unenforceable just because a single provision in the contract is declared invalid … Continue reading

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Mind your manners: Commonsense rules for everyone in today’s legal workplace

Get ready to navigate the fast-changing social terrain— during your summer externship, at your first off-campus interview, at a clerkship, or as you transition into your first “real world” job after your final semester—with these helpful tips from fellow students … Continue reading

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What Would Make You Change Your Mind?

What would make you change your mind? Often, it requires the buildup of evidence and experience, or making a personal connection, to do the trick. Read more detail on Recent Products Liability posts –

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If 6 Turned Out To Be 9, I Don’t Mind (But 3? or 2!): The Uneven Implementation of Mandatory Experiential Credits

Robert Kuehn, Washington University School of Law, blog post author  Legal education took almost 100 years before requiring that all J.D. students receive instruction in professional skills and, even then in 2014, acted modestly. In adopting a six-credit experiential coursework … Continue reading

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His mind exploded.

James Comey just totally exposed his partisan stance by urging his fellow Democrats to take back the White House in 2020. In other words, he is and has been a Democrat. Comey had no right heading the FBI at any … Continue reading

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