Articles Worth Reading

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

  1. Big Law Takes on the Trans Military Ban;
  2. Blood, Bookworms, Bosoms, and Bottoms:  The Secret Life of Libraries;
  3. Eight Major SCOTUS Cases to Watch;
  4. Epona to Offer “One-Stop” Platform for Legal Professionals with Office 365 Integration;
  5. Federal Circuit Wrestles with Vulgar Trademarks in “Fuct” Case;
  6. Gundersen to Replace Moeser as Leader of the National Conference of Bar Examiners;
  7. Harvey’s Destruction Will Test Employers’ Pay, Leave Policies;
  8. Houston Area Courts Crippled by Hurricane Harvey;
  9. How to Deal With Jerks in the Legal Profession;
  10. Instagram:  The Next Frontier for Law Firm Branding;
  11. LexisNexis Experiments with Chatbots for Lawyers;
  12. Mindy Yocum:  Making the System Work for Modest-Means Clients;
  13. Patchak v. Zinke Stresses Need for Separation of Powers;
  14. Regulators Approve 18-Month Delay, Postponing Obama’s “Fiduciary Rule”;
  15. Richard Posner, Influential Appeals Judge, Quits the Bench;
  16. Supreme Court Preview:  Blockbuster Cases Likely to Deliver a Contentious, Consequential Fall Term;
  17. Things Millennials Love About the Library;
  18. Watch Your Mouth, Your Honor:  Lessons for Judges on Social Media;
  19. What I Learned in My 1st Year:  Authenticity is Key; and
  20. What the Reaction to the Term “Nonlawyer” Says About Law Firm Caste Systems.

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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