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George Orwell's 1984 depicted a spy society as a parody of communism gone global.

George Orwell’s 1984 in America

George Orwell’s 1984 depicted a spy society as a parody of communism gone global. Edward Snowden revealed the reality of George Orwell’s spy society in the most unlikely and unpredictable place– 21st Century America. The extent of the federal government’s spy network data surveillance activities

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Jury Service is A Good Experience for Everyone

U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Roberts is America’s top jurist, legal big dog, Number 1 custodian of the United States Constitution. Yet, earlier in April, he was simply known as American Citizen “Number 49.” Along with 50 other citizens of Montgomery County, Maryland, the Chief

LinkedIn™ is the world’s largest business social network and it continues to grow.

Six Things Lawyers should Do on LinkedIn™

LinkedIn™ is the world’s largest business social network and it continues to grow. Research shows that forty percent of LinkedIn™ users check their accounts daily, which makes it an important part of every lawyer’s marketing strategy. Here are a few tips: Keep your profile current. It is

Those big books that list just about every major law firm in every state could be found in every law firm’s library. Martindale-Hubbell charged big money to buy them and even bigger money for law firms listed in them. Like everything else today, the only format that sells is on line.

Martindale-Hubbell on Life Support

Those big books that list just about every major law firm in every state could be found in every law firm’s library. Martindale-Hubbell charged big money to buy them and even bigger money for law firms listed in them. Like everything else today, the only

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Teach Business in Law School

Good writing is not enough to make a good lawyer. Law practice is a challenging business with thin profit and law students remain unprepared for it when they graduate. Some law schools are beginning to incorporate more business-oriented classes and seminars into their curriculum. As

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Making the Supreme Court Fun

What do the U.S. Supreme Court and the National Football League have in common? Surprisingly enough, both have generated “fantasy leagues” in which participants try to successfully pick the winners and losers. The work of the country’s highest court is serious business. After all, the

Tinderbox

Lisa Gornick Penetrates “Tinderbox”

Lisa Gornick’s skills as an author and a psychoanalyst come together in her latest novel, Tinderbox. The gripping and often disturbing novel explores the inner-workings of a New York family dealing with more than one skeleton in the closet. Myra Mendelson, a psychotherapist living in

Law For Love, Not Money

While the costs of legal education continue to increase as employment prospects decrease, you could argue that a law degree does not have the same value it had in the past.   Maybe it doesn’t, but a recent study out of New Jersey has found that