Tag Archives: no-nos

Got Research?

Need a reminder about the importance of legal research? Look no further than this article from the ABA Journal: “Lack of Legal Research in FMLA Case Costs Company an Extra $80K.” Hat tip to Law Librarian Blog. (Self-promotion warning) For more articles on the importance of legal research, as well as other aspects of legal […]

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Importance of Legal Research

UNLV Law Librarian Jennifer Gross recently passed along an interesting story about the importance of legal research. This Nevada Supreme Court case is a good reminder that you can’t always rely on seemingly authoritative information on the web – you’ve got to find the law. From the Las Vegas Review-Journal article: Three petitions signed by […]

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Summer Advice

Earlier this year the Wall Street Journal Law Blog began a series of posts called “Advice from the Corner Office” to give practical advice to law students transitioning to law firms. (Previous posts are here, here, here, and here.) I especially liked the latest installment which featured tips from Drew Berry, chairman of McCarter & […]

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Oral Argument No-No

Not the best idea to follow this example in moot court or at your job. Source: Legal Profession Blog

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