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The aloha state may have found a better way to select judges

Across the country, the selection of state judges has become increasingly politicized.  Read more at The Brennan Center for Justice…

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New York bars join to provide better training for domestic violence related issues

The New York State Bar Association and the state Women's Bar Association are collaborating to provide better legal services to domestic violence victims. Read more in The New York Law Journal…

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Can accessing law on demand really help improve ATJ?

NewLaw offers hope in the battle for better access to justice. Up to a point.  Read more in the Canadian Bar Assn. national magazine…

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Embracing Diversity Challenge

Transforming a dinosaur: How the legal field is embracing diversity

When one thinks of the legal industry, diversity isn’t a word that usually comes to mind.  Read more in The Huffington Post…

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Justice Kagan

Justice Kagan says SCOTUS doesn’t feel any political pressure

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan says the political pressure surrounding President Barack Obama's stalled high-court nominee doesn't affect her fellow justices when it comes to handing down rulings. Read more in the Minneapolis Star Tribune…

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Dearborn County

This rural Indiana county sends more people to jail than other large cities combined

Donnie Gaddis picked the wrong county to sell 15 oxycodone pills to an undercover officer. Read more in The New York Times…

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