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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.

01
Jan 1997
Colour in the-Court! Colour in the Court!

Colour in the-Court! Colour in the Court!

It took a notary to show lawyers to add some colour to their drab legal clothes.
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12
Dec 2009
Corri Fetman, Love Lawyer

Corri Fetman, Love Lawyer

In an unusual if not controversial marketing gimmick, Chicago family law attorney Corri Fetman bares it all.

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07
Aug 2010
Lawyer Heart Attack

Lawyer Heart Attack

Lawyer: beware the heart attack.

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09
Jun 2013
Judge Yeshaya's Judicial Monstrosity

Judge Yeshaya's Judicial Monstrosity

Now-former Israeli judge Nissim Yeshaya's words are unspeakable.

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07
Mar 2012
Randy Newsham's Bad Day | Exotic Dancer Slips, Litigates and Loses

Randy Newsham's Bad Day | Exotic Dancer Slips, Litigates and Loses

Randy Newsham, exotic dancer, litigant, slips, litigates and loses. » Continue Reading

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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08
Jan 2010
Theo Fleury, True-Crime Confession

Theo Fleury, True-Crime Confession

Media goes goo-goo gaa-gaa over child sexual abuse survivor ex-professional hockey player Theo Fleury even though autobiography relishes in tales of his own unlawful conduct.

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12
Oct 2007

Playing Turkey With World Peace

Turkey plays chess with the USA in a dangerous game of brinkmanship.

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22
Mar 2012
Facebook: The Law Is Intrigued.

Facebook: The Law Is Intrigued.

Facebook and the law start an uneasy relationship.

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28
Oct 2007
Martin Brodeur: Justice 1, Privacy 0

Martin Brodeur: Justice 1, Privacy 0

As Martin Brodeur, star ice hockey player, is discovering, seeking judicial relief comes with a heavy privacy price.

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