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This is Real Law: The Future of Law Librarianship: An Interview with Mike Timpani
Posted on 9 Jul 2014 by Real Law Editorial Team

Technology is changing the role of law librarians. That reality recently prompted LexisNexis to hold a Twitter contest asking law librarians 10 questions about their profession for the chance to win a trip to the Presidential Library of their choice.... Read More

This is Real Law: Thoughts and Prayers: The Role of Faith and Moral Beliefs in Jury Selection
Posted on 21 Feb 2014 by Real Law Editorial Team

Those “Twelve Angry Men” should not have surprised anyone with their verdict. That observation is made while acknowledging that anything substantially different in their story would deprive audiences of a powerful and thought-provoking drama... Read More

This Is Real Law: Critical Tasks For Succeeding In Medical Malpractice Cases
Posted on 31 Oct 2014 by Real Law Editorial Team

Misfortune is a venerable teacher. Whenever an accident or mistake occurs, or someone suffers a defeat, those affected by the outcome may be prompted to ask why it happened and what can be done to avoid repeating it. Those in the legal profession certainly... Read More

This is Real Law: 6 Critical Tasks for Succeeding in Medical Malpractice Cases
Posted on 28 Jan 2015 by Real Law Editorial Team

Brought to you by the Real Law Editorial Team Misfortune is a venerable teacher. Whenever an accident or mistake occurs, or someone suffers a defeat, those affected by the outcome may be prompted to ask why it happened and what can be done to avoid... Read More

This is Real Law: 5 Critical Tasks to Thoroughly Vet Expert Witnesses
Posted on 28 Jan 2015 by Real Law Editorial Team

Brought to you by the Real Law Editorial Team Most of the people we now see in movie crowd scenes are not real. They aren’t created with digital special effects, either. In fact, a popular alternative to human extras is to use plastic, inflatable... Read More

This is Real Law: Risky Business: More IPOs Could Lead to More Litigation
Posted on 8 Jul 2014 by Real Law Editorial Team

Few public entertainers have topped the showmanship of Jean François Gravelet-Blondin. The 19th-century French tightrope walker and acrobat was famous for many astounding feats, including crossing Niagara Falls numerous times—while blindfolded... Read More