Articles Worth Reading

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

  1.  7 Easy Upgrades and 1 Experiment for Making Your Office more Client-Friendly;
  2.  “A World Apart”:  Why SCOTUS Keeps Slamming the Federal Circuit;
  3.  Ask Dr. Paola:  Dealing with Ethical Issues When Creating Incentives for Lawyers;
  4.  Brand Battles:  Mars Says Hershey Can’t Own “Scary” Candy;
  5.  Confused About Your Career?  Try Your Firm’s Career Coach;
  6.  Federal Prosecutor Admits She Listened to Recordings of Attorney-Client  Conversations, Filing Says;
  7.  How to Build a Clientele Through Contracts, Communication and Confidence;
  8.  How to Increase Motivation:  4 Secrets from Research;
  9.  How to Stop Being a Doormat Without Giving Up Your Common Decency;
  10.  Law Librarian?  Try Chief Knowledge Officer;
  11.  Med Mal Noneconomic Damage Cap Advances, to Dismay of Some Lawyer Groups;
  12.  Move Over Humans, The Machines Are Here to Investigate;
  13.  Proofreading and Mindfulness:  Bringing a Nonjudgmental Observer to Your Copy;
  14.  Proposed ’18 Budget Would Cut LSC by 24%, Increase Funds for Law Enforcement  and Immigration Court;
  15.  Small Drone Users Assess Appellate Court’s Decision to Bar FAA from Requiring  Hobbyists to Register Drones;
  16.  What Law Schools Can Learn About Assessment From Other Disciplines; and
  17.   Who Was Your Most Difficult Cross-Examination?

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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