Changing plaintiffs’ standard gives defendants cheap judgments: Unintended consequences?

Feb 24, 2016 By: Dennis Wall

Under changes made by the Roberts Court, if the judge does not think that a complaint is “plausible,” then it isn’t. The complaint will be dismissed.

Large Law Pro Bono: US v. Texas

Jan 28, 2016 By: Casey Hall

Recently I had an opportunity to interview Linda Smith, a partner at DLA Piper, who is part of a team representing three immigrant women intervening in U.S. v. Texas.

A career in social media without abandoning my attorney roots

Feb 11, 2015 By: Casey Hall

Although my job primarily entails social media, I haven’t abandoned my attorney roots and still consider my J.D. instrumental to my work.

Top Insurance Law Posts

Dec 16, 2014 By: Casey Hall

Here are some of the top insurance law posts from these great authors in the last few weeks.

Photos from the #AALL14 Thomson Reuters Ranch Party

Jul 17, 2014 By: Casey Hall

I’ve had a few requests from librarians for pictures from the #AALL14 & Thomson Reuters party at Knibbe Ranch. Here are some of my favorites.

AALL Session: Preparing Law Students for Law Firm Research Needs

Jul 15, 2014 By: Casey Hall

This session brought together academic law librarians and law firm librarians in order to find common ground and improve the training that students received both prior to graduation and after they entered the legal workforce

AALL Keynote: Beyond Boundaries, a provocative address

Jul 14, 2014 By: Casey Hall

Andrew Keen delivered the opening keynote. Mr. Keen is an internet entrepreneur and host of Techcrunch’s “Keen On” as well as a

Top Ten Blog posts of 2013

Dec 30, 2013 By: Casey Hall

I hope everyone had a great 2013 and is looking forward to a successful 2014. I would like to thank you, our readers, for making this a remarkable year and helping this blog thrive. Let’s take a look back at the top ten most-read posts of 2013.

Rona R. Mears Student Writing Competition & Scholarship

Dec 5, 2013 By: Casey Hall

Westlaw Next is proud to sponsor the American Bar Association’s Rona Mears Student Writing Competition & Scholarship. This year the topic is

How Daniel Katz is working to Reinvent the Law

Nov 14, 2013 By: Casey Hall

For decades the Legal industry remained largely unchanged.  Even when new technologies were adopted, they have not always heralded dynamic shifts in

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