8. July 2010 00:22
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For an upcoming issue of Arizona Attorney Magazine, they are asking for your ideas for a story on "There ought to be a law." If you've ever said that phrase followed by an idea, they want to hear from you!
Send in your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org by tomorrow, Friday July 9th. For more information, click here.
29. June 2010 06:42
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Buzzing about on the internet today is how Facebook and other social media sites provide evidence in divorce cases. Covered here by Mashable.com and here by Slashdot.org. The original AP article can be found here. Visit the website of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers for more information on the field of family law.
29. June 2010 00:20
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Don't forget, you can watch the SCOTUS nominee Elena Kagan's Confirmation Hearings on CSPAN.org right now. As this post is being written (9:15am), Arizona Senator Jon Kyl is questioning Solicitor General Kagan.
See our previous post to discover more information about Elena Kagan.
23. June 2010 07:00
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23. June 2010 06:19
Do you read the The New York Times on the web? Want to get updated on new articles about law school and/or the legal profession? Be sure to check out two relevant "Times Topics" feeds that include commentary and archived articles regarding law schools and the legal profession. Scroll to the bottom to search within the selection of articles.
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