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Ready, set, go! Summer Preparedness for Law Students

by Ashley Ahlbrand As the spring semester draws to a close, and law students prepare to embark on their summer jobs, law schools often offer “prepare to practice” programming, whether in the form of Lexis/Westlaw/Bloomberg reps offering trainings on practitioner-focused … Continue reading

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Legal Research at Your Fingertips: Lexis Views, Bestlaw, and Google for Lawyers?

Near the end of our Advanced Legal Research course, we like to bring in a small panel of legal practitioners, ideally representing different types of legal jobs and at different stages of their legal careers, to discuss their legal research … Continue reading

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How Much Do They Spend on Their Mission?: A Guide to Non-profit Financials Research

This past month part of my job has consisted of heavy duty research into non-profit financials for a faculty member.  At this time of year, with people donating money to various non-profits and charities, and given that many of you … Continue reading

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