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Law students and social media: Do they mix?

For someone who teaches Social Media Law and has written books, articles, and essays on the topic, the answer to the question posed by the title of this essay is an emphatic, “Yes.”  Of course, this does not mean that … Continue reading

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Trump: Families Won’t Be Separated If They Don’t Come to the United States Illegally

With the federal government struggling to meet a court-ordered deadline to reunite immigrant children with their parents, President Trump has proposed his own solution: don’t come to the United States illegally. “Well, I have a solution,” Trump said on Tuesday. … Continue reading

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Influencers of the Law – They Aren’t All in Large Firms

Today’s Philadelphia Inquirer has an entire section devoted to advertising for, oops, I meant highlighting the achievements of large law firms. Called “Influencers of the Law,” the section focuses on the accomplishments of many large law firms in the Philadelphia … Continue reading

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As they are rescued, focus shifts to health of boys on Thai soccer team – CNN

(CNN)As the first members of the boys' soccer team trapped in a cave in Thailand were rescued Sunday, the focus begins to shift to the boys' long-term health and getting them proper medical aid. via www.cnn.com Read more detail on … Continue reading

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Why Network Effects Matter Less Than They Used To

Catherine Tucker (MIT) has a short piece in the Harvard Business Review on Why Network Effects Matter Less Than They Used To. Given this week's Supreme Court American Express case, it is worth a read. Some highlights: For one thing,… … Continue reading

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