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Argue persuasively and succinctly with the help of a knowledgeable appellate practitioner.
Argue persuasively and succinctly with the help of a knowledgeable appellate practitioner.

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Two recent cases were perfect opportunities to apply the game-changing case of Rodriguez v. City of New York.
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Law Day is not only a great opportunity to encourage learning in young people, but it’s a useful refresher for experienced attorneys too.
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Does a plaintiff’s own negligence mean she can never get summary judgment? Rodriguez v. City of New York finally tells us the answer is no.
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In a highly anticipated ruling, an en banc panel of 13 appellate judges recently oversaw a significant expansion of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.
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It sounds highly irreverent and possibly dangerous, but #DrunkYoga is starting a conversation about the fear of failure.
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There Are Two Different Things I Can Confirm With My Appointments: The Exact Day And Time Of The Meeting OR The Intent Of The Person I Am Meeting With.
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The full panel of judges just heard a case that could have a hefty impact on the gay community and beyond.
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Writing in plain language is not “dumbing down.” If it were, more people would be good at it.
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September 17—Constitution Day—is the perfect time to think about the importance of primary sources.

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Lawyering in the 21st century makes engaging in deep work difficult—but it can be done!
Thwarting Distraction
Thwarting Distraction
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