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What’s in a Name? Teaching Implicit Bias

Every semester I weave into my classrooms several opportunities to teach about implicit bias. I have shown videos like this and led discussions on articles like this. Last week in my Family Law Clinic seminar, we discussed Peggy McIntosh’s Unpacking the Invisible … Continue reading

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4th DCA: What’s a “qualified beneficiary” and why should trustees care?

Under Florida’s Trust Code there are two classes of beneficiaries, and which class you fall in is a big deal. As defined in F.S. 736.0103(4), the term “beneficiary” refers to the entire universe of persons who have a beneficial interest in … Continue reading

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I TOLD THE INSTAWIFE I’D DO SOMETHING ROMANTIC FOR VALENTINE’S DAY, and what’s more romantic than be…

I TOLD THE INSTAWIFE I’D DO SOMETHING ROMANTIC FOR VALENTINE’S DAY, and what’s more romantic than being scattered, smothered, and covered in love? Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Probate Assets v. Non-Probate Assets: What’s the Difference?

How often have you heard the term “probate” estate or assets?  Do you know what that term means?  What about “non-probate” assets? Upon your death, the assets of your estate are divided into two different categories; probate and non-probate assets. … Continue reading

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Leveraging Women in Legal – What’s Your Scorecard?

I’m bringing you a treat today, Zen readers! A post from the ILN’s own Jenn Smuts – and it’s a good one. Prepare to get uncomfortable and start asking yourself the hard questions. *** Last week Lindsay asked the Zen … Continue reading

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