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Duhaime's LawMag

The world's first online legal magazine, demystified significant law and justice events around the world, published from 1996 to 2014.

23
Mar 2014
Disastrous Justice: Keeping the Four Horsemen At Bay

Disastrous Justice: Keeping the Four Horsemen At Bay

The justice system does not fare well on occasion of cataclysmic disaster. When will we learn that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure?

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03
Feb 2013
Dreams of America's First Law Review, 1852

Dreams of America's First Law Review, 1852

The American Law Register first published in 1852, a fact often trumpeted by the publishers. And people read it.

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19
Dec 2009
What to Do With Pirates?

What to Do With Pirates?

Modern-day pirates are a deadly reality of all who roam the high seas. But the solution beckons if the will can be found.

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14
Oct 2009

The Death of the Common Law: Expiry date, 2100

Just about now, but for the economic might of the United States of America, the last funeral bell tolls of the common law would be fading.

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21
May 2012

23
Apr 2010

Michael Burdell, Lawyer, Rest In Peace

Lawyers are not supposed to die in the line of duty. When it happens, long live the death penalty.

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06
Mar 2008
Old Bailey

Old Bailey

Gentlemen, dust off your armour and man your wigs.

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19
Nov 2008

Legal Advice to Mark Cuban: Ferme Ta Geule.

Mark Cuban, the outspoken owner of the Dallas Mavericks, like any client that talks to the press, helps himself hurt himself.

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10
Dec 2012
Collaborative Law: Divorce Without Angst

Collaborative Law: Divorce Without Angst

Collaborative law specialist Mary Mouat shares the heart and soul of this phenomenal successful innovative family law dispute resolution system.

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08
Sep 2008

The Art Of Trial: Private and Confidential!

Trial, for the layperson (read "non-lawyer") is a source of tremendous stress and nervousness. You rarely see standing-room only line-ups at the public galleries of the Courthouse. But for lawyers, they are masochistic labours of love; a chunk of time where the stress is through the roof but so, too, is the intensity.

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