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ABA President Linda Klein discusses the history of Public Service Loan Forgiveness, a program to entice young lawyers to take public service positions.
Professor Daniel Martin Katz talks about the legal industry’s need for law school curriculums to better reflect the demands of the legal marketplace.
Shenique Moss on upcoming events available to Michigan’s young lawyers and her experiences with the Young Lawyers Section.
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law Professor Juliet Sorensen discusses the pervasiveness and regulation of corruption.
General Jack Rives, ABA executive director, discusses his career as a military lawyer, his transition to civilian life, and his current ABA role.
Brooks Brothers District Manager Mic Clark discusses wardrobe elements that every lawyer should have.
ABA Young Lawyer's Division president Anna Romanskaya discusses her journey through law school and her struggles finding work as a legal practitioner.
Sandy Gallant-Jones and Kareem Aref, the 7th Circuit Governor and the chair for the ABA Law Student Division sit down with outgoing ABA President Paulette Brown at the 2016 ABA Annual Meeting.
Emerson Tiller and Leslie Oster discuss the new Master of Science in Law Program and how the law can integrate with the more technical aspects of business management and innovation.
Peter DiCola talks about music copyright law and how new technology has affected the industry.
Guest attorney Sarah Walton takes a look at mass incarceration in our criminal justice system and how restorative justice concepts could be applied.