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Survey: We care what you think, and we need your help

We’ve prepared a survey about the blog that will take you at most five minutes to fill out and that will help us improve SCOTUSblog for you. We would really appreciate it if you would participate by clicking here. We take … Continue reading

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INDOCTRINATED, NOT EDUCATED: Half of Younger Millennials Think Barack Obama Had a Bigger Impact Than…

INDOCTRINATED, NOT EDUCATED: Half of Younger Millennials Think Barack Obama Had a Bigger Impact Than George Washington. He really was the perfect fit for the Preen Generation. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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"You Think Legal Education Can't Change? 8 Innovative Ideas from Law Schools"

Among the innovations pioneered by the law schools profiled in this Legal Tech News piece are the development by Cornell students of legal aid apps, Harvard's Caselaw Access Project and BYU's student-led initiative to reduce tenant evictions. Read about these… … Continue reading

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Why We Think ESG is a Bedrock Investment Issue

The investment interest around environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria is growing among a wide variety of investors. This is not surprising, as in many ways they are the most foundational or bedrock investment issues. They matter in a real… … Continue reading

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Thinking of Giving Medical Advice without a Valid California Medical License? Think Again

Practicing medicine without authority in California is a crime. The law which is set forth in the California Business and Professions Code 2052 covers a wide range of activities. It applies to standard medical practice and is now being applied … Continue reading

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