What You Can Learn From Frogs About Legal Research

May 7, 2021

Any angle you miss can be disastrous.

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Wine & The Law

May 7, 2021

Notes to my (legal) self.

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Justices voice skepticism about retroactive sentencing reductions for low-level crack-cocaine offenders

May 7, 2021

Share On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard its last case of the term. The case, Terry v. United States, about sentencing reductions for certain offenses involving crack cocaine, comes just a few months before the petitioner, Tarahrick Terry, is scheduled to be released after serving 13 years in prison. But the court’s eventual decision will […]

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How To Start Working Backward

May 7, 2021

The planning method that led to Alexa might be the key to your firm’s future.

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Georgetown Alum And Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll Partner Victoria Nugent On Consumer Protections, Digital Markets, And 20 Years Of Practicing Law

May 7, 2021

She’s passionate about consumer protections, women’s representation in leadership positions, and the practice of law.

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Ohio Wants Sports Betting Bill Passed Before The Summer

May 7, 2021

The proposal would open up the floodgates for competing sports betting operators in Ohio.

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Safe Harbors And Warring States: The Tax Troubles Of Remote Work [Sponsored]

May 7, 2021

One thing seems sure: The taxation waters will be muddy for some time.

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Maybe Don’t Twist Breyer’s Arm About Retiring, Dems

May 7, 2021

Should he stay or should he go now? Just make a decision already.

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Stumbling Into The Law

May 7, 2021

Sometimes a series of rash decisions can lead to a satisfying legal career.

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