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WRITTEN BY: Maeve Flanagan ’14 In 2009, Sergio Garcia graduated from Cal Northern School of Law and was among the 46.6% who passed the California Bar that same year.  Unfortunately, Garcia received a letter in the mail two weeks after his swearing in ceremony, stating that his admission was an error.  Garcia was born in […]

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It is time for me to share with you recent additions to our Law in Film Collection. Any items in our Law in Film Collection can be checked out to our patrons who have borrowing privileges for up to five days at no charge. Check it out before the Labor Day weekend. Lincoln (Dreamworks Pictures, 20th […]

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The attorneys’ professional responsibility to keep certain information confidential is nothing new but what if confidential, privileged, or otherwise sensitive information is inadvertently revealed via electronic file transfer because that information happened to be part of the document’s metadata? American Bar Association (ABA) has recently tackled such situation and created a comparative chart displaying the […]

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Published on March 6, 2010, by LLRX.com (Law and technology resources for legal professionals), Nicole L. Black has put together a summary outlining what is cloud computing, particularly cloud computing for lawyers. [C]loud computing makes it possible for your data and software platforms and services to be stored offsite, in the “cloud”. Online services of […]

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The American Bar Association published a 2010 guide for advocating juvenile status offenders. This 160 page document provides assistance, guidance, and available resources to assist attorneys who represent juvenile offenders. There are few training resources for attorneys representing juvenile status offenders or youth who are truant, runaways, or beyond their parent’s control. Yet representing this […]

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Bonnie Shucha at WisBlawg, via the new video matchmaking site for lawyers and clients, and Robert Ambrogi at LegalBlogWatch, via a video matching site for lawyers and clients, write about a new site called LegalTube. LegalTube is the only legal directory where finding a lawyer or the answers to your law-related questions is as easy […]

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iAWFUL is a NetChoice initiative dedicated to tracking the worst [proposed or passed] Internet laws in America. Reckless and misguided laws, often originating at the state level, threaten to undermine the foundation of the free and open Internet. Some of the most serious threats to the Internet come in the form of lawmakers trying to […]

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FreelanceLaw

FreelanceLaw.com is a national database of freelance attorneys, paralegals, and other legal professionals, offering their services to law firms on an independent contractor basis. FreelanceLaw has built up a database of over 1,200 freelance legal professionals nationwide that are currently working, or willing to work, for law firms on an independent contractor basis, and hold […]

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Typography For Lawyers

What is typography anyway? Should a lawyer pay attention to typography? Matthew Butterick suggests yes and here is why. First, what is typography? Typography is the art and technique of arranging type, type design, and modifying type glyphs. Type glyphs are created and modified using a variety of illustration techniques. The arrangement of type involves […]

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On July 11, 2009 Nicole L. Black published an article on LLRX.com titled Five Things Lawyers Should Know About Social Media. Nicole Black is an attorney in Rochester, New York and the founder of lawtechTalk, a company that educates businesses about emerging legal technologies and Internet and Web 2.0 technologies. [S]ocial media is a shift […]

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