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The benefits and challenges of limited scope services

Stephanie Kimbro is well-known for starting one of the first virtual law practices in 2006. Now the North Carolina-based attorney has written a book for the American Bar Association addressing the opportunities and challenges of unbundled legal services.

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Book review: ‘In Chambers’ pulls back Supreme curtains

The playful subtitle of “In Chambers: Stories of Supreme Court Law Clerks and Their Justices,” which gives the clerks top billing, foretells a collection of essays by scholars and former Supreme Court law clerks about the personal aspects of the justice-clerk relationship, how clerks have historically been selected, and the sundry duties they have performed since becoming fixtures at the Court.

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Book review: Legal writing tips for any medium

Legal writing spans a lot of territory, from briefs and motions to such mediums as blog posts, Twitter feeds and e-mails. Marie Buckley, a lawyer, writing coach and the founder of Legal Advocacy Workshops, has authored a new book published ...

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