Blog | Judicial Process & Support - Part 93

Resources for Lawyers Offering Pro Bono Services During the Immigration Ban

When President Trump issued his executive order barring visitors, immigrants, and refugees from seven majority-Muslim countries, hundreds of lawyers rushed to major airports, where […]

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  1 February 2017
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Court OK’s Class Action Over PACER Fees

Maybe sometime in e-history, a government worker thought the cost to access a court document electronically should be roughly the same as the cost […]

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  1 February 2017
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Lawyer Swept up in Protest Sues for Inauguration Arrests

Benjamin Christopher Carraway planned on spending a night while in Washington to attend Donald Trump’s inauguration, but he didn’t plan on spending the night […]

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  31 January 2017
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Where to Find Free, On-Demand CLE

If you’re scrambling to finish up your continuing legal education credits before a compliance deadline, or just want to make sure you’re on top […]

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  30 January 2017
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Court Etiquette 101: Try Not to Gag During Direct

A witness’s testimony may make you want to scoff, roll your eyes, or stick out your tongue, but try to keep the theatrics under […]

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  27 January 2017
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Tax Tips for Solo and Small Firm Lawyers

They say there are two things that are certain in life: death and taxes. As between the two, most will say that taxes are […]

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  27 January 2017
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Attorney Could Be Disbarred for Olympic-Sized Resume Lies

An attorney in Michigan is facing disbarment for filling his resume with a series of ‘alternative facts’ — including that he competed for the […]

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  26 January 2017
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How to Be a More Approachable Attorney: 3 Tips

In “Being John Malcovich,” people were able to enter his mind and experience different relationships through his eyes. It’s a comedy, with some strange […]

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  26 January 2017
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5 Tips for New Trial Lawyers

It can be tough starting out as a trial lawyer. You may find yourself unsure of what comes next in a case. You might […]

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  25 January 2017
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3 Tips for Handling Juror Questions

In a way, handling juror questions is like handling judges’ questions. The question may give you cause for concern, especially if the answer will […]

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  24 January 2017
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