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Legal incubator dubbed ‘Project Lemonade’ gets $400K grant from MacArthur Foundation

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation has awarded a $400,000 grant to an Illinois legal incubator for recent law school graduates.

Administered by… More

Submit your diorama for Peeps in Law 2015: Game of Peeps

Winter is leaving … who will claim the Sugar Throne?

It’s now the seventh year for our Peeps in Law diorama contest. And we can’t… More

Federal judge: NFL commissioner and arbitrator erred in suspending ex-Vikings player Adrian Peterson

Agreeing with the NFL Players Union that a new personal conduct policy for the football league did not apply retroactively, a federal judge on Thursday… More

Are you smarter than a robot? Lawyers, surgeons make list of jobs being replaced by computers

In past years, blue-collar jobs were most threatened by automation.

But white-collar jobs–including lawyer jobs–are also on the line, Forbes reports.

IBM’s Watson… More

Can DNA be used to generate sketch of possible suspect? Cops in South Carolina give it a try

Police in Columbia, South Carolina, have released a sketch of a suspect in a 2011 double murder, even though there were no eyewitnesses and no… More

Should vaccination be required by law?

After the recent measles outbreak, even more attention has been focused on the debate over vaccines and the declining rate of childhood vaccination in many… More

SCOTUS smiles on nondentist teeth whiteners, allows antitrust action against dentistry board

A North Carolina dental regulatory board made up mostly of dentists doesn’t have state-action immunity in an antitrust action, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled.


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