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Linda Klein, Michelle Suskauer, Nan DeRenzi, Karen Scanlan, and Katherine Lee Goyette talk about the jurisdiction issues faced by lawyer military spouses and the work done in both Florida and Georgia.
Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell talk about the technology hype and why you should be excited about it.
Gyi Tsakalakis and Kelly Street explore the topic of testing and analyzing your marketing techniques to help you invest your time and money wisely.
Joe and Elie give a quick, high-level rundown on the internal investigation process and Ohio State's situation.
Elisa Massimino talks about international human rights and how these rights have fared under the Trump Administration.
Amy Morin talks about what it means to be mentally strong and the steps it takes to get there.
Alan Fanger gives his thoughts on what lawyers can do in order to improve their client’s performance within the litigation process.
Latanishia Watters, Sarah Rogers, and Judge Terry Ruckriegle explain the importance of properly preparing for a trial.
Melba Pearson, Richard Pena, Moire Corcoran, Matt Redle, and Jeremy Alexis talk about the Miranda Rights Warnings Project, a project that seeks to use technology to translate Miranda Warnings for people who don't speak English.
Hilarie Bass talks about some of the initiatives that defined her presidency.
Jennifer Parent talks about the NCBP and their focus on leadership, innovation, and collaboration.
Koji Fukumura and Barb Dawson talk about the ABA Section of Litigation and the benefits it provides to its members.
Marty Balogh, John G. Levi, E. Faye Butler, Zachary Stevenson, and Judge Lora J. Livingston speak about the importance of properly funding legal services.
Dan Rodriguez, Ellen Rosenblum, William Hurd, and Misha Tseytlin talk about the actions and prerogatives of the state attorneys general in the current political climate.
Dave Preble talks about ways to improve the way medical professionals handle the prescription of opioids for pain, how to identify drug-seeking behavior, methods of solving the issue that aren’t incarceration, and avoiding the complete demonization of using opioids.