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Canada’s CJ urged lawyers to explore new ways to deliver legal services and protect core values

Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin“The question is not whether the rules governing the legal profession should be liberalized but how.” Read more at the National Magazine...

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Google has started testing rating and placement info about service professionals

AvvoConsumers of legal services want to see online reviews of lawyers…they want what sites like Yelp and Avvo give them. [Please note: In order to read the rest of this article copy this URL into your browser].

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The problem of oversupply (of lawyers) not meeting the over demand (of consumers)

Legal Sector Employment 2010-2020The legal profession faces a terrible paradox. The number of U.S. licensed lawyers has steadily climbed from 2.53 lawyers per thousand residents in 1980 to 3.85 in 2010, a 52% increase in 30 years. Read more at Law Practice Magazine...

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“You’re just too good to be true…” (apologies to The Four Seasons)

Four SeasonsMany of us are familiar with the classic Nigerian prince scam. You get an email from an individual claiming to be a Nigerian prince who needs to get money out of the country. Read more at The Lawyerist...

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A federal judge speaks the truth about social media and gets chastised for it

Richard Kopf“...the public’s perception of the federal judiciary is enhanced when judges speak and write [blog, use social media] candidly about our courts.” Read more at The National Law Journal...

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Calbar asked to get tough with unaccredited law schools

classroomLegislators and legal experts are urging California bar officials to require the state's unaccredited law schools to be more transparent… Read more at The Los Angeles Times...

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LLLT: You won’t find it in the OED but it’s firmly a part of the bar’s vernacular

This May, after completing three semesters of legal education, Angela Wright and six others passed an eight-hour licensing exam, moving one step closer to becoming the first seven legal technicians in the country… Please Note: To read the rest of this article paste this URL into your browser:

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It can happen to any law firm, anywhere, anytime

Bomb firm bombings seem to be en vogue right now. For lawyers, last month started and ended with a bang, for lack of a better term. Read more at Above the Law...

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