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For young legal practitioners, integrating limited scope representation into law school curriculums is a giant step toward increasing awareness and...
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This week, the North Carolina Senate created the new Senate Select Committee on Judicial Reform and Redistricting to consider various options for how...
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What do clients want from their attorneys? The answers to that question would seem to be key to understanding how to improve the quality and...
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Questions about when judges should recuse themselves from hearing cases—usually because a party perceives their ability to be impartial to be in...
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What are the competencies, skills, characteristics, and qualities that new lawyers need to be practice ready? We're answering that question.
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A recent study conducted for Voices for Civil Justice, with support from the Public Welfare Foundation, found that voters strongly favor reform of...
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In three quarters of all civil cases, at least one party is going to court without an attorney and navigating a legal system not designed for the...
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Last month, in "We Won’t See You in Court: The Era of Tort Lawsuits Is Waning," the Wall Street Journal took a look at the decline in tort lawsuit...
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I am so proud to present to you our 2016 Annual Report, capturing a remarkable year in our existence and representing the work of our truly visionary...