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Legal transformation requires more than tech

Legal tech is attracting plenty of interest, money, press, and hype.

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Justice Tom Saylor

Pa. Supreme Court Justice sees impeachment as an attack on the independence of the judiciary

“Threats of impeachment directed against justices because of their decision in a particular case are an attack upon an independent judiciary…”

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branches of government

Maybe lawyers are what's missing from government

It’s hardly controversial to suggest that, at the moment, the federal government isn’t looking at all that it is capable of governing.

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The Good Wife

First thing we do is nudge the lawyers

In early 1969, Ralph Nader placed an ad in the Harvard Crimson calling on law students to apply to work with him to investigate various federal agencies.

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Harper & Gregory

Harper Lee's estate sues over Broadway version of 'Mockingbird'

One of the year’s most anticipated Broadway plays — the screenwriter Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” — faces a legal challenge. . .

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The Thurgood Marshall

Federal judiciary unveils first reforms from harrassment working group

A working group has come up with nearly 20 reforms aimed at dealing with concerns about workplace harassment throughout the federal judicial system.

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