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Divorce by the Book: What to Read if You’re Considering (or In The Throws of) Divorce

Dissolving a marriage or partnership is never easy: divorce and mediation are never stress-free. Many factors need to be considered, decisions need to be made and plans need to be mutually agreed upon. Your divorce lawyer is an integral part … Continue reading

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What Goes In the Parens When You’re Citing to the U.S. Code

Based on the Bluebook, if you’re citing to the United States Code, you may or may not need something more than just the year in the parens. If you’re citing to the official United States Code, all you need is … Continue reading

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You’re worth more than your ability to pass (or fail) the bar exam

Last August, Jon Hanson asked me, as an alum, to give a talk to a group of Harvard Law School 1Ls about “life in the law.” It was one of the hardest talks I’ve ever given, because it’s some of the … Continue reading

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YOU’RE GONNA NEED A BIGGER BLOG: Five Ironies Exposed By The IG Clinton Investigation Report….

YOU’RE GONNA NEED A BIGGER BLOG: Five Ironies Exposed By The IG Clinton Investigation Report. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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New on LLRX – You’re Bad at Legal Research, and Your Judge Knows It.

Via LLRX – You’re Bad at Legal Research, and Your Judge Knows It. – Jack Heller reviews recent research conducted by Casetext identifying a major concern on the part of judges concerning the rigor and accuracy of current legal research … Continue reading

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