Will 2014 be the year when opponents of progress will finally stand alone on the wrong side of history? The forecast looks cloudy, at best. But as I look back at 2013—the battles we've won and
It is amazing how frequently lawyers lament about technology. They complain, generally irrationally, that they can't learn how to use technology, that technology is expensive to acquire, or that they
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The executive committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association's young lawyers division elected its 2014 cabinet Nov. 25
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