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Gain Experience with Paralegal Pro Bono Work

Paralegal Bootcamp

If you haven’t done any paralegal pro bono work, you could be missing out.

Get Ready For The Blue Checkmark Lawsuits

Above The Law

Section 230 may not prove as useful as it has in the past. The post Get Ready For The Blue Checkmark Lawsuits appeared first on Above the Law. Technology Elon Musk Jay Edelson Lawsuits On Course On Course Practice Twitter

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The War for Talent: Great Expectations

Attorney at Work

Wendy Merrill | If you haven't recently reviewed and documented expectations of associates, partners or staff, it is time to do so. The post The War for Talent: Great Expectations appeared first on Attorney at Work. Law Firm Culture Law Firm Hiring Law Firm People Management

If U.S. Essential Infrastructure is Brought Down, Is Your Law Firm Prepared?


Can U.S. Critical Infrastructure Really Be Brought Down? That’s the preliminary question. At one time, and not so long ago, we were not overly worried about our susceptibility to a major takedown of U.S. essential infrastructure. But those days are gone.

8 Benefits of Automatic Lawyer Time-Tracking Software

Automatic lawyer time-tracking software captures all the work you do, eliminating the need to manually track your time. This guide will help you: See how Automatic Time Tracking can benefit your firm. Learn how your firm can start saving hours every day. Then, spend all that time focused on your clients.

Where Did Elon Musk Get All Of His Legal Training?

Above The Law

It's like he went and passed the bar exam behind our backs! The post Where Did Elon Musk Get All Of His Legal Training? appeared first on Above the Law. Courts Elon Musk Quote of the Day Tesla

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The Paywall Predicament


Citizens in a democracy need reliable information to make good decisions, but what happens when that news is behind a paywall, while the outrage du jour is free?


How to Handle a Mistake as a Young Lawyer

Attorney at Work

Meyling Ly Ortiz | Almost everything is fixable if you catch it early enough. The post How to Handle a Mistake as a Young Lawyer appeared first on Attorney at Work. Associates In-House Lawyer Legal Career Development New Lawyers Practice Skills You At Work

Guns at the ballot: How mixed midterm results might affect firearm policy

The Crime Report

The U.S. midterm elections took place on the backdrop of surging gun violence and in a year scarred by high-profile mass shootings. And though exit polls indicated that abortion rights and inflation were the top motivating issues for voters, views toward guns also played a significant role.

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Biglaw Firm Merging With Minority-Owned Boutique To Create Coast-To-Coast Firm

Above The Law

The merger offers the potential to lift other firms up along the way. The post Biglaw Firm Merging With Minority-Owned Boutique To Create Coast-To-Coast Firm appeared first on Above the Law. Biglaw AlvaradoSmith Frost Brown Todd NAMWOLF

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Take Control Of Your Contracts Without Wrecking The Budget

Manually managing contracts is error-prone & time-consuming. Missed dates, overwritten versions & poor governance leads to frustration & lost revenue. That’s why more businesses are turning to Contract Management Software. Download this checklist to understand which features are right for you.

Canada man charged with terrorism for plot to stage coup in Haiti


The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Thursday announced terrorism charges against Gérald Nicolas, a 51-year-old resident of Lévis, Quebec. The RCMP allege that he planned a terrorist act to overthrow the Haitian government.

5 Ways to Figure Out What You Want

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Jamie Spannhake | Why is it so hard to figure out what we want? Let's take a new approach. The post 5 Ways to Figure Out What You Want appeared first on Attorney at Work. Friday Five Lawyer Health Lawyer Stress Well-Being Work-Life Balance You At Work

Court declines to halt execution of Alabama man whose jury voted against death penalty


Share In a brief order with no recorded dissents, the Supreme Court refused to block the execution of Kenneth Eugene Smith, a 57-year-old inmate who is scheduled to die by lethal injection at 7 p.m. EST on Thursday in Alabama.

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How Law Firms Benefit From Outsourcing Legal Transcription


The decision to try legal transcription is entirely up to you and your law firm. But considering its growth over the last two years, we feel it's safe to say the legal industry approves. .

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A Master's Guide to B2B: How Listening to Your Customers Can Grow Your Business

Speaker: Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation & Michele Bettinazzi, Customer Experience Manager at PeakMade Real Estate

Improved marketing conversion, happy customers, and faster growth - that’s only three things that can be accomplished by just listening to your customers. Customer feedback is an extremely invaluable tool to keeping retention high, attracting new business, and improving the general operations of your business. The question is - how do you capture all this? Join Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation & Michele Bettinazzi, Customer Experience Manager at PeakMade Real Estate, for this essential discussion on the ins and outs of brokering the optimal customer interaction.

Australia forms multi-agency task force to combat cyber crime


On Saturday, Australia’s Minister for Home Affairs and Cyber Security Clare O’Neil announced the formation of a multi-agency task force to combat cyber crime.

Berkley PD in Disarray After Leaked Racist Texts, Calls for Quotas

The Crime Report

A leak of the president of the police officers’ union for the Berkley Police Department texts shows alleged racially insensitive remarks and calls for arrest quotas sending the department in disarray, Noah Goldberg reports for the Los Angeles Times. . City officials confirmed that Sgt.

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Texas redistricting fight arrives at the Supreme Court


Share The Relist Watch column examines cert petitions that the Supreme Court has “relisted” for its upcoming conference. A short explanation of relists is available here. The Supreme Court continued to work through its backlog of relists.

What You Need to Know About Filing for Divorce in Utah


Pretrial conferences are required for divorcing parties before they can schedule a trial date. News & Politics amicable divorce children and divorce covid-19 divorce increase divorce and children divorce and finances divorce and mental health divorce attorney divorce lawyer

Negative Reviews & Online Feedback Happens - But Where Do You Go From Here?

Speaker: Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation and Jeremy Shubitz, Director of Marketing at Bosley

Responding to online negative feedback can be challenging. What should you say? What should you not say? Should you even respond? In today's, your customers will be not only your biggest advocates but also your biggest critics. However, negative feedback can offer actionable insights to build a stronger product and customer experience.

Sweden Riksdag approves anti-terrorism constitutional amendment in quest to join NATO


The Swedish Riksdag Wednesday adopted a constitutional amendment regarding anti-terrorism – a key demand from Turkey in Sweden’s quest to join NATO.

Philadelphia DA Faces Impeachment 

The Crime Report

Up against a GOP-controlled House Judiciary Committee, Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner, a Democrat, moved closer to his potential impeachment this week following a vote in the GOP-controlled State House Judiciary Committee.

Justices allow another execution to proceed, rejecting final appeal of Oklahoma man


Share For the fourth time in 24 hours, the Supreme Court declined to block an execution.

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This Week In Rideshare: Layoffs, Safety and NYC


10,000 job cuts, DoorDash adds new features and NYC drivers get paid. LegalRideshare breaks it down. News & Politics legalrideshare rideshare apps rideshare companies rideshare safety rideshare services this week in rideshare


Getting Automated: An End-to-End Guide to Law Firm Automation

This guide is designed to help you understand and overcome your automation gap so you can offload all the work you don't want to do onto a cloud-based platform. We'll walk through all the tasks your firm can automate, how to implement automation and measure your success.

Released FBI documents show an effort to deploy Pegasus spyware


Several FBI documents were released by the New York Times Saturday highlighting an effort by the FBI in 2020-2021 to secure and deploy the Pegasus spyware.

Reducing Recidivism Through Drug Court Technology

The Crime Report

The National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics reports that more than 240,000 Americans are sent to prison annually for drug related crimes. This statistic isn’t surprising given that research has long shown a strong association between substance use and engagement in criminal activities. .

U.S. Sets New Guidelines for Foreign Investment

Intelligize Blog

If we asked what the acronym CFIUS stands for, how long would it take you to come up with “Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S.?” As the name implies, CFIUS reviews cross-border investment in the United States for red flags related to national security.


What Assets Will Be Protected from Divorce Settlements?


As per law, the property that has been awarded to you from your ancestors as an inheritance or personal gift will be considered separate property.

Legal Operations 101: A Blueprint for Modern Legal Departments

Legal departments are no longer asking whether to invest in legal operations. Instead, they're interested in building a team that will deliver positive outcomes. Gain insight into key factors required for strong legal ops, process optimization, and more!