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Thinking Like a Lawyer - Above the Law

How The Media Miffed Brett Kavanaugh’s Nomination

Tune in as Joe and Elie discuss the Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh and what changes they believe could happen.

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Thomson Reuters: Down the Hall with Practical Law

Introducing Practical Law The Journal

Meagan Crowley Hsu is the deputy editor of Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law, The Journal: Litigation and she talks about what readers can expect to see in the current issue.

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Justice Anthony Kennedy Retires — Judge Brett Kavanaugh Nominated for SCOTUS

Elizabeth Slattery, and David Lat join Laurence Colletti as they discuss Justice Kennedy's retirement and Judge Kavanaugh's nomination.

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Thinking Like a Lawyer - Above the Law

I’m Off A Boat

Joe and Elie talk about Vinson & Elkins partner fleeing the scene after swimming away from a boat crash and their thoughts on the topic.

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Anthony Kennedy Retires — What’s Next

Joe and Elie chat with David Lat about Justice Anthony Kennedy’s announced retirement.

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Workers Comp Matters

Opioid Alternative Treatment Pathway

Omar Hernández explains the Opioid Alternative Treatment Pathway, which is a program that Massachusetts’ DIA launched, talks about how it works, and how it helps address the opioid epidemic.

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State Bar of Texas Podcast

State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting 2018: This Year’s Bar Initiatives

In today's episode, Rudy Metayer and Erich Birch talk about the bar initiatives.

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State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting 2018: How 1968 Impacted Today’s Legal Landscape

Doug Brinkley and Talmage Boston discuss the 1968 a tumultuous year and what made it become American history and how lawyers can learn from this time period.

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Lawyer 2 Lawyer

Inside the Trump-Kim Summit

Chas W. Freeman, Jr. and Morse Tan discuss the Trump-Kim summit.

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Planet Lex: The Northwestern Pritzker School of Law Podcast

Chicago’s Gun Violence Epidemic

Zach Fardon talk about the problems within Chicago, the root causes, how to address it.

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The Florida Bar Podcast

2018 Annual Florida Bar Convention: Animal Law Update

Ralph DeMeo, Matthew Deitz, and Gregg Morton discuss animal law and the growth of success that the Animal Law Section of the Florida Bar has gained.

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Thinking Like a Lawyer - Above the Law

Emergency Podcast: Milbank Raises Salaries

Joe and Elie talk about Milbank raising associates salaries, what's happening and what this could mean for the industry at large.

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Prenuptials, Post-nuptials, And No Judgements

Lisa Green talks about Trump family nuptials, and some common pitfalls in the asset protection game.

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ABA Journal: Modern Law Library

How Nixon used a law firm stint to resurrect his political career and win the presidency

Victor Li explains how Nixon leveraged his time at Nixon, Mudge, Rose, Guthrie & Alexander to resurrect both his political viability and the firm’s financial standing.

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Workers Comp Matters

Are Student Athletes Eligible for Workers Comp?

Taylor O’Toole talks about the debate on whether student athletes at larger universities should be considered employees and, as such, should be entitled to workers’ comp.

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