On Adjunct Law Prof Blog, Mitchell H. Rubinstein asks if lawyers are considered doctors. As per usual, the American Bar Association has an answer. And we already know that the organization is strangely committed to making sure as many people go to law school under false pretenses as possible. So you can guess which way the ABA comes out on this issue….
Here is Cornell University trying to convince its own graduate students to come back to school and get yet another degree. Yeah, we know, they are being that bold. Arguably, this is just Cornell’s aggressive new ad campaign for its business school, but they should at least be more discreet. The JD candidates in the class of 2014 don’t even know they’re being bamboozled yet….
The adage that law turns slowly does not hold in eDiscovery. This year saw unprecedented sanction awards for falling behind the curve. Courts did not hesitate to engage with advanced and nuanced technological issues. For lawyers and other eDiscovery professionals who plan on maintaining basic competence, these cases and trends shouldn’t be overlooked. For a full exploration of trends and developments in this area of case law, check out this on-demand webinar.