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Sex Offenders Have First Amendment Right to Social Media

Convicted sex offenders are subject to a variety of conditions on their probation or parole. Every state has a mandatory sex offender registry requirement, although time on the registry may vary. And courts have even allowed lifetime GPS monitoring of… read more...

Colombian Judge Arraigned in Florida Court on Weapons Shipment Charges

A Colombian judge, Miguel Horacio Gomez Achicue, was arrested at Miami International Airport earlier this month and later arraigned on charges relating to the shipment of gun parts from the U.S. to his home country. Gomez Achicue is accused of sending… read more...

Facebook Uses AI to Catch Terrorists

In a world where the First Amendment doesn't apply, Facebook has more power than the government to crush terrorism's ugly head. For example, the company can keep terrorist pictures and videos off the largest social media site on the planet. An algorithm… read more...

Law School Lab 'LawX' Wants to Close Justice Gap

If you ever thought about a better way to provide legal services, but didn't have the time to develop it, then your time may have come. BYU Law School is offering a legal design lab to create products and other ways to improve access to legal services.… read more...

Bonus of Pro Bono: How Doing Good Can Benefit Your Firm

Providing pro bono legal services isn't always the easiest sell for attorneys. After all, you didn't sink that much time and money into law school just to give your time and expertise away for free, did you? And times are tight in the legal industry… read more...
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