Month: February 2021

Court clears way for indoor worship services in northern California

February 27, 2021

In the latest of a line of challenges to restrictions arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Supreme Court ordered a California county to allow churches to hold indoor worship services. In a brief order on Friday night, the justices granted a request to block county… The post Court clears way for indoor worship services in […]

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Embrace Your Legal Tech Journey

February 27, 2021

Notes to my (legal) self.

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Stat Of The Week: The Pandemic Slammed Solos

February 27, 2021

But technology softened the blow for some.

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Attorneys Spend An Awful Long Time At This Biglaw Firms

February 27, 2021

That’s a long time at one firm.

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What’ll He Think Of Next? — See Also

February 27, 2021

For Rivendell!: Paul Davis continues to impress, stepping away from Tolkien to propose a new government where Donald Trump just gets to veto any government action. Honestly, this motion reads like something Gollum would write, except replace all references to his precious with Trump or “tacit public acceptance of transphobia.” This Is Why We Have Black […]

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Turns Out That Pardon Wasn’t The Get Out Of Jail Card Bannon Was Banking On

February 26, 2021

Just when he thought he was out, they pull him back in.

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Yet Another Law School Grad Worried About Failing After Being Forced To Pee In Bottle During Remote Bar Exam

February 26, 2021

This is NOT how minimum competency should be tested during a global health crisis.

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Vaccine Skeptics, Remote Employees, And The 2021 Workplace  [Sponsored]

February 26, 2021

How the pandemic era continues to challenge employment lawyers. 

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What Productizing Means To Your Law Firm

February 26, 2021

Insights and predictions from Legal Rebel and professor Bill Henderson.

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