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Carl Hernandez talks about the immigration clinic at Brigham Young University, which is managed mainly by students and meets a great need in the Utah community which has a large immigrant population.
Marty Redish talks about how the law defines free speech and the right of various institutions, like businesses and universities, to regulate speech.
IBM Watson Legal's Shawnna Hoffman and Brian Kuhn talk about the potential and future of AI in the legal industry.
Bob Craig talks about how the application of new technologies, like blockchain and smart contracts, could affect the way law firms function.
Author Scott Turow talks about legal fiction, his career as a writer and lawyer, and the nature of legal education.
Guest Darin Fox talks about how he sees technology functioning in legal education including the program he oversees at the University of Oklahoma.
ABA President Linda Klein discusses the history of Public Service Loan Forgiveness, a program to entice young lawyers to take public service positions.
This legal podcast looks at whether law schools should accept the GRE and the potential effect of this decision.
In this episode of the ABA Journal's Legal Rebel's Podcast, host Terry Carter talks to Paul Lippe about his experience with legal innovation.
As a new crop of law school graduates prepares for the bar exam, Joe and Elie talk to James Mullen of Law School HQ about the “last test you’ll ever take.” What is a “UBE” and is it a good development? Why are so many people struggling to pass the bar? And, really, what’s California’s...