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2021
February
25,
2021
| 16:45 PM America/Chicago
Editor's note: In 1989, Saint Louis University School of Law Assistant Professor Leland Ware republished this article, examining the history of Black lawyers in Missouri during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, in the Journal of The ...
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February
23,
2021
| 15:33 PM America/Chicago
Editor's note: In 1989, St. Louis University School of Law Assistant Professor Leland republished this article, examining the history of black lawyers in Missouri during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, in the journal of The Missour...
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February
18,
2021
| 16:26 PM America/Chicago
Editor's note: In 1989, Saint Louis University School of Law Assistant Professor Leland Ware republished this article, examining the history of Black lawyers in Missouri during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, in the Journal of The ...
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February
11,
2021
| 11:20 AM America/Chicago
Editor's note: In 1989, Saint Louis University School of Law Assistant Professor Leland Ware republished this article, examining the history of Black lawyers in Missouri during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, in the Journal of The ...
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2020
February
17,
2020
| 09:16 AM America/Chicago
Implementing and using technology devices and systems in your law practice can be both exciting and daunting. How do you select a device such as a phone, laptop, computer, or other hardware? How do you select a piece of software, case management syst...
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2019
December
27,
2019
| 12:20 PM America/Chicago
For the past 60 years, Missouri lawyers have learned the same statutory requirements for the creation of a valid last will and testament in Missouri: (1) it must be in writing; (2) it must be signed by the testator or someone at her direction and in ...
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April
01,
2019
| 15:07 PM America/Chicago
Trends in other industries make it clear that lawyers must prepare for ransomware attacks. Here’s how to get started. ...
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2018
March
09,
2018
| 12:14 PM America/Chicago
Jordan Furlong1Every law firm in the world, whether a solo practice or a global giant, shares one common feature, powered by one fundamental assumption. This feature and this assumption are so basic that we often don’t even notice them. But they unde...
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January
19,
2018
| 12:04 PM America/Chicago
Robert D. Lang1 and Lenore E. Benessere2Nearly 100 years ago, when Judge Cardozo famously commented, “law never is, but is always about to be,”3 he could not have anticipated the concept of “virtual assistants” like Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri, Goog...
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2017
January
19,
2017
| 12:11 PM America/Chicago
Cindy Neagle1We all experience password fatigue, that feeling when you receive yet another notification to create or change a password. The password must meet certain criteria, typically a minimum number of characters containing a combination of uppe...
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2016
May
19,
2016
| 09:44 AM America/Chicago
Joel Henry and Michael Pasque1“The fact is, we’re looking for a very small number of very evil needles in a very large haystack ...”Charles Clarke, member of British Parliament, and Home Secretary (2004 – 2006) The practice of law continues to change...
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April
19,
2016
| 11:53 AM America/Chicago
Not so very long ago, the only way to track your blood pressure, glucose levels, heart rate, and sleep patterns was to visit a doctor’s office where a physician would employ state-of-the-art medical instruments and then offer a diagnosis based on the...
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