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Job Hunting? Combine Your Resume, Writing Sample & Oral Presentation

As 3Ls prepare to graduate and 1Ls begin to look for summer clerkships, it seems that everyone is requesting a resume and writing sample.  How can you, the job hunter,  combine your resume, writing sample, and an oral argument or … Continue reading

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Facebook: Friend or Foe?

According to resources gathered by Digital Marketing Rambling, Facebook now has over 1.15 billion users.  With this many individuals using Facebook, lawyers are bound to be involved.  How?  Police now check for criminal activity on Facebook as criminals boast and post of their … Continue reading

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Today’s Medley

FTC, Consumers & Online Data — Recently the Federal Trade Commission issued a report that establishes best practices for protecting consumer privacy in the digital era.  One of the key practices is the establishment of a Do Not Track option, … Continue reading

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Today’s Medley

Honorable Mention —  Ross Kodner, President and Founder of Microlaw, is very active in the ABA Law Practice Technology group.  He recently visited Charleston.  While in Charleston, he came to the Charleston School of Law where he spoke with the Law Practice … Continue reading

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Of Interest & Noted

H.R. 347 Becomes Pub. L. 112-98 —  President Obama signed H.R. 347 into law on March 8th, making it the 98th public law enacted during the 112th Congressional session.  The law amends 18 U.S.C. Section 1752.  According to a press release … Continue reading

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UK High Court Allows Defendant to Be Served via Facebook

Social media is not only impacting our social lives but appears to be increasing and extending its influence to the legal profession.  While serving defendants via social media sites is said to be common in New Zealand and Australia, the … Continue reading

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