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Lawyers, Criticizing a Judge Is No Joke

The witness seemed to ignore a question so the attorney asked again loudly: "Isn't it true you were paid $5,000 to throw this case?" "Oh, I'm sorry," the witness said. "I thought you were talking to the judge." It's a joke, but there's a lesson here.… read more...

Amazon Fires Secret Sexist Recruiting AI

When it comes to giving AI control over recruiting and hiring, there's a potential drawback that employers need to be aware of: racism, sexism and bigotry are all learned attributes, and machines can learn them too. Amazon recently learned this lesson… read more...

5 Cool #LawTwitter Profs for Law Students to Follow

For law students, Twitter may not seem like the best use of your limited time, but you might be surprised to learn that there is a thriving #LawTwitter community. Legal issues and current events get discussed, shade gets thrown, and there are plenty… read more...

3 Tips for Serving Defendants at Work

Sometimes service of process can be tricky. But if you know where a defendant works, you can certainly improve your odds of serving an evader by trying to find them there. It worked for one guy who was having trouble serving his city councilman who had… read more...

Teen Baked Cookies With Grandfather's Ashes, Fed to Classmates

This story is disturbing on so many levels, but perhaps that's life with teenagers. Two teen girls in Davis, California apparently baked sugar cookies containing the ashen remains of one of the girls' grandfather, and fed them to nine fellow students… read more...
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