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For your information needs and reading pleasure, check out the following articles:

  1. 4th Circuit Sides with EPA in Coal Jobs Analysis Battle;
  2. 6 Career Lessons That Are Necessary to Learn for Long-Term Success;
  3. A Guide to Researching EU Law;
  4. Are You Woke to Cultural Marketing?;
  5. Avvo, LegalZoom, Rocket Lawyer Declared Off-Limits;
  6. Big Data on Campus;
  7. Bill Would Overturn State High Court Decision Holding Women Can’t Revoke Consent After Sex Begins;
  8. Do Lawyers and Law Students Have the Technical Skills to Meet the Needs of Future Legal Jobs?;
  9. Five Tips for Doing More with Less;
  10. Google Hit with 2.4B EU Antitrust Fine Over Search Practices;
  11. Gray Matters:  We Feel, We Decide;
  12. Hiring, Not Firing, Is a New Focus in Age Discrimination Suits;
  13. Innovating for Wise Juries:  Pre-Voir Dire Questions;
  14. LexisNexis Introduces Lexis Answers, an AI Infused Expansion for Search;
  15. Matter Management Checklist for Overloaded Attorney;
  16. Online Legal Research Cost Recovery:  Is It an Oxymoron?;
  17. Phone Sex Workers Sue Over Low Wages, Long Hours;
  18. Q&A:  James Grippando, Lawyer-Turned-Novelist, On His Thriving Dual Career;
  19. Should Ginsburg Recuse in SCOTUS Travel Ban Case?;
  20. Supreme Court Review:  Biggest Cases, Sharpest Dissent & Firms That Won Big;
  21. Team Conflict:  Four Ways to Deflate the Discord That’s Killing Your Team;
  22. The Firms That Won Big at the Supreme Court;
  23. The Future of Law and the Demise of the Midsize Firm;
  24. Three Tips to Overcome Imposter Syndrome as a Young Associate;
  25. To Make Better Choices, Look at All Your Options Together;
  26. To Succeed You Must Make Yourself Indispensable;
  27. Transgender Name Change Case Hinges on Child’s Best Interest; and
  28. Yale Appeals Decision Forbidding Designation of More Gender-Neutral Bathrooms in Law Building.

Happy reading!

About Lisa Smith-Butler

Lisa is the Associate Dean for Information Services at the Charleston School of Law, Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library. She teaches Advanced Legal Research & Children & the Law.
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