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06
Aug 2011
Taj's Rage: Phoenix Lawyer Loses It But Not His License

Taj's Rage: Phoenix Lawyer Loses It But Not His License

How to call a judge a brainless coward and not lose your license permanently.

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26
Apr 2010

Muslim Law in the Doldrums

Muslim law jurists despise reform on religious grounds. In the legal doldrums that creates, the ancient law gives its love to men.

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23
Apr 2008

Pro Bono Hypocrisy

Envelope please! (Drum roll.) The award for pro bono works goes to ... John Doe, Esquire and Q.C. ..... because he has the highest rates to his paying clients and he can afford to charade as a poverty avenger!

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24
Oct 2008

Blogging To Death In The Name of Almighty God

In some Muslim countries, law blogging is a hazardous occupation.

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18
Dec 2011
Dramatic, Amazing, Revealing 2011 Year Old Ancient Legal Text Discovered

Dramatic, Amazing, Revealing 2011 Year Old Ancient Legal Text Discovered

In an extraordinary world exclusive, an unconfirmed but a reasonably and academically-trusted authentic ancient legal text is revealed which in all likelihood relates to the birth of a son to Mrs. Mary Christ in Israel on Monday, December 25, 0000. » Continue Reading

29
Dec 2013
Military Drones: US' Silent Soldier in Court

Military Drones: US' Silent Soldier in Court

USA military drone attacks against known terrorist targets in Pakistan, come under legal attack and criticism.

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31
May 2013
The Signature: Law's Golden Key

The Signature: Law's Golden Key

The signature has always been the great, golden key of the law but the Internet may soon be changing all that.

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31
Mar 2009

Rules To Practice By, Bottled in 1890

Judge Yerger's advice to young lawyers has fermented well.

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12
Oct 2012
The Defence Rests: Not Criminally Liable Because of Sleep

The Defence Rests: Not Criminally Liable Because of Sleep

Events occurring while an individual is sleeping can exculpate the perpetrator from criminal liability.

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28
Oct 2007
Tinderbox Law-Making: Quebec in Transition comme d'habitude

Tinderbox Law-Making: Quebec in Transition comme d'habitude

A snapshot of a day in the life of "Politic-ville" runs the gamut; what would be a crisis in any other province is just another day at the office in Quebec.

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