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Let Us Not Forget About Bar Association Benefits

This weekend I was fortunate enough to travel to Austin, Texas for the POP Cats Convention. While there, I met up with a law school friend who just opened his own firm in Austin. While he has practiced law for … Continue reading

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No…Nope…Still No…

By Christine Anne George Not that long ago I participated in a workshop that brought together historians and archivists. While it was a very interesting exchange, there was one thing that was abundantly clear—the historians had a bit of resentment … Continue reading

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Why RECOP is a “failure” *

* Carl Malamud’s, Founder and President of Public.Resource.Org, word choice on Twitter, not mine. Let me start off by saying that I don’t entirely agree with Malamud. As a proof of concept, the Report of Current Opinions, also known as … Continue reading

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