...press release from his office, Schneiderman sent letters to the CEOs of Verizon, AT&T, T...
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Michigan State University adds technology to its J.D. program
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...instruction and an advocate for tech-powered legal access. As professor...director of the "Law Offices at Chicago-Kent." His...
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