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Historic Utah and Arizona Changes Have Legal Marketplaces, Tech Providers Eyeing Expansions
If COVID-19 wasn’t enough of a game-changer in the legal industry, Utah and Arizona‘s August announcements allowing nonlawyers to provide some legal services in their states has made 2020 even more eventful. 

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Americans' Civics Knowledge Up In 2020

Turns out there may be a plus side after all to a long period of impeachment brawls, contentious U.S. Supreme Court nominee fights and numerous investigations and scandals: More Americans are up on their civics knowledge.

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Named Chairs and Online Remembrances: How Law Schools Are Honoring Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Sept. 18 is being felt throughout the legal academy, where the Notorious RBG enjoyed the status of a rock star due to her equal rights advocacy and her origins as a law professor.

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Expert Opinion: Trusting the Public’s Perception of Our Justice System

Public trust and confidence in our government institutions is critical to the functioning of our democratic republic. While members of the public are directly involved in electing the executive and legislative branches, the judicial branch is somewhat removed from direct public engagement.

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NCBP Mourns the Passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The NCBP mourns the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Take a minute to read President Aurora Austriaco's statement.

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