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Jessica Henry speaks about some of the strange and heart-rending stories she's uncovered and how the legal community can work towards eliminating such injustices.

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The NCBE has had it with those pesky critics.

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The Justice in Policing Act of 2020: A Discussion with Senator Dick Durbin

Senator Durbin discusses the Act, its core goals, and how the Act seeks to achieve meaningful policing reform.

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A Look at Voting in the Upcoming Election

Jim Gardner, a specialist in election law out of the University at Buffalo School of Law, discusses voting in the upcoming election, mail-in voting, foreign interference in elections, and what we will see on election day.

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Back to Basics: Smart Marketing for Solos Part 2

Legal marketing expert Conrad Saam demystifies online marketing with no-nonsense tips about SEO, choosing a URL, and hiring a marketer.

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The Spanish Flu to Covid-19: How this Pandemic is Pushing Courts to Modernize

Michigan Chief Justice Bridget Mary McCormack details how courts are breaking with century old processes and outdated technology to build trust and serve the public

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PPP Loans and the CARES Act

Steven Lando, a CPA and tax partner at Anchin, explains the ins and outs of PPP loans for legal professionals.

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Smart Collaboration with Dr. Heidi Gardner

Dr. Heidi Gardner shares insights from her research on collaboration.

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Eyes Wide Open: Social Media Law & Legal Ethics

When it comes to social media, legal professionals should tread carefully, but actively engage friends, clients and peers in these new spaces.

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2020 Harvard Law grad postpones bar exam and her wedding plans because of COVID-19

Molly Coleman updates listeners on the latest going on in her life: moving back to her home, her decision to forgo the bar exam this year and postponing her wedding to 2021.

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