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The Internet of Things could create unexpected legal issues in the future

ConnectivityThe Internet of Things (IoT) – which adds connectivity to everyday devices – could create multiple and sometimes unexpected legal issues in the coming years. Read more at Legaltech News...

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Now everyone will know who the bad federal judges are

Bad JudgeU.S. courts will publish the outcome of misconduct complaints against judges on their websites… Read more at WSJlawblog...

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Seven Minutes

Client/Lawyer consultingIf you were charged with a crime, would a total of seven minutes be enough time to meet with your attorney and feel properly represented? Read more at Nonprofit Quarterly...

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For low-income Hawaiians, a very big ‘mahalo’ to the courts and bar

Legal aidLegal aid self-help centers in Hawai’i are booming with more than 10,000 people who have used the centers since they were established four years ago. Read more at Big Island Now...

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It seemed like a good idea

woman arrow ideasFor many years now law firms have adopted diversity programs, appointed diversity officers, created women's initiatives, and polled their departing women lawyers to glean insight into the reasons for their departure. Read more at Texas Lawyer...

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CA finds innovative revenue source to help low-income residents

Handcuffed in front of judgeCalifornia lawmakers approved and sent to Gov. Jerry Brown a plan to help low-income residents have greater access to legal services. Read more at the Asian Journal...

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Judicial Trust at Record Low

GavelAmericans' trust in the judicial branch of the federal government has fallen significantly in the past year, and is now a record-low 53%. Read more at Gallup... 

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Lawyers can achieve a lifestyle that balances work with life

Life BalanceA career at a major law firm usually means long hours, missed family vacations, and significant burnout—so much so that the troubles of unhappy attorneys in “BigLaw” have spawned an industry dedicated to helping them quit their jobs. Read more at The Atlantic...

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