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How lawyers could prevent America’s eviction crisis from getting a whole...

Jennifer Prusak, Vanderbilt University Lawyers may be the only thing standing in the way of eviction for millions of...

Lawyers are trying to scare you with Facebook ads

Elizabeth C. Tippett, University of Oregon and Jesse King, Weber State University Some ads can be more than misleading – they can put your health...

Weinstein may be a monster, but the lawyers who enabled him...

Elizabeth C. Tippett, University of Oregon In the greater arc of the #MeToo movement, lawyers have lurked in the shadows, unnamed scribes formalizing agreements meant...

Why the IRS is legally required to give Congress Trump’s tax...

Philip Hackney, University of Pittsburgh Is the IRS required to hand over the president’s tax returns if Congress asks? According to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, the...

Why we’re training the next generation of lawyers in big data

Anne Tucker, Georgia State University and Charlotte Alexander, Georgia State University Artificial intelligence is transforming the traditional delivery of legal services. In general terms, the set...

#MeToo movement finds an unlikely champion in Wall Street with the...

Elizabeth C. Tippett, University of Oregon If you were worried that the #MeToo movement might fade away, fear not. It has been carved into one...

Every year, millions try to navigate US courts without a lawyer

Lauren Sudeall Lucas, Georgia State University and Darcy Meals, Georgia State University Judge Richard A. Posner, a legendary judicial figure, retired abruptly earlier this month...

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As students near graduation, career and technical education provides a boost

Jay Stratte Plasman, University of California, Santa Barbara For the past decade or so, every American president has sought to use career and technical education...