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Lessons for lawyers on jury selection from the courtroom and classroom

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By Raymond J. McKoski I teach a course titled “Jury Selection” at a Chicago law school. Instruction focuses on the goals, processes and constitutional foundations...

Chemerinsky: When can state governments sue the United States?

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U.S. Supreme Court A recurring issue before the Supreme Court this term, including in two cases to be argued in the next month, concerns when...

Anti-discrimination laws are faltering in the face of artificial intelligence; here’s...

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“On the basis of.” These four words from the Civil Rights Act of 1964 underlie the modern conception of illegal bias. From federal anti-discrimination...

Lawyers seek flexibility when choosing technology, industry report shows

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Over the past few years, the legal industry has undergone significant changes, in large part driven by the adoption of technologies needed to maintain...

Legal career lessons from Mount Everest

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For many of us, building a legal career is like climbing a mountain. It’s an obvious analogy; you put in lots of hard work,...

‘Tulsa King’ and a look at organized crime

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Some of Oklahoma’s most reputable local satire took aim at Tulsa King almost from its inception. Its star (Sylvester Stallone) isn’t a tough target....

How to track and empower diversity and inclusion initiatives in the...

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Ari Kaplan recently spoke with Caren Ulrich Stacy, the founder and CEO of the Diversity Lab, a think tank that uses metrics, behavioral science...

What do we call a lawyer? A look at attorney titles

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What do we call a lawyer? No, this is not a lawyer joke. I am referring to titles. It has not been one of...

Hulu’s ‘Reasonable Doubt’ and keeping an appropriate distance from your clients

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Ah, yet another streaming legal drama to review and analyze. Thank you, television gods, for continuing to bestow a fruitful bounty of hourlong installments...

Chemerinsky: Expect another wave of significant rulings as the Supreme Court...

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U.S. Supreme Court Sometimes an especially momentous U.S. Supreme Court term is followed by a quieter year with fewer blockbuster decisions. But that is not...

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