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We’re totally screwing up mindfulness at work

Woman in thoughtBeing mindful is a good way to get more out of life. It can be beneficial at work as well. Read more at

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After court adjourns, 9th circuit judge’s movie nights are a hit

Group watching movieIt’s movie night at the courthouse. Read more in the Los Angeles Times...

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Trump eyeing second Supreme Court seat

Justice KennedyTalk is already heating up that President Trump could have a chance to appoint a second person to the Supreme Court. Read more in The Hill...

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Rise of the robot lawyer. How legal representation could come to resemble TurboTax

Scales with chat bubblesNear the end of Shakespeare’s Henry VI, Part 2, Dick the Butcher offers a simple plan to create chaos and help his band of outsiders ascend to the throne... Read more in The Atlantic...

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GOP bill would make medical malpractice suits harder to win

Woman being x-rayedLow-income people and older Americans would find it more difficult to win lawsuits for injuries caused by medical malpractice... Read more in The New York Times...

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Gorsuch, in a show of independence, is out of Supreme Court’s clerical pool

Justice Neil M. GorsuchIn an early sign of Justice Neil M. Gorsuch’s independence and work ethic, he has decided not to join a labor pool at the Supreme Court… Read more in The New York Times.

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How Trump alienated the judiciary

US Court BuildingA ruling against his executive order on sanctuary cities is the latest rebuke dealt to the president by a federal judge. Read more in The Atlantic...

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Could lower LSAT scores be a good thing for the legal profession?

CampusA more diversified legal profession... could very well make legal services more accessible to more people for more causes. Read more in Pacific Standard...

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How abolishing the death penalty led to more convictions

Protestors: "Thou Shalt Not Kill", "Murder is Wrong. Hanging is State Murder."The lesson from Victorian England is that juries convict more often when death is not an option. Read more in The Economist...

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SCOTUS retirement talk focuses on pivotal Justice Kennedy

Justice Anthony KennedyJustice Anthony Kennedy reclaimed his position as the man in the middle of the U.S. Supreme Court... Read more in Bloomberg Politics...

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