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Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri are among some of the seemingly countless AI technological advances that have made our lives easier and more streamlined – but our devices are also collecting data that could one day be used as digital
Continue Reading “Siri, is this Admissible in Court?” Five Steps to Challenging Warrants for Digital Evidence

This June, learn how to better serve the LGBTQ community, understand the issues schools face as students return to in person learning, and take action against extreme voting restrictions all in one place. Check out some highlights from Lawline’s June
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Now that all adults are eligible for the COVID vaccine, many pandemic-related restrictions are being lifted. However, many of us are hitting a pandemic wall and continue to face burnout. To help you combat any stress and anxieties and stay-up-to
Continue Reading Must-Watch May CLE: Postmortem Toxicology, Legal Issues in Surveillance and Social Media, Vaccine Liability and More

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In what realm are attorneys subject to the greatest risk of discipline? Quite often, investigations aren’t triggered by lawyers playing fast and loose with the rules, but from the basic paper trail that is left
Continue Reading Avoiding Trust Account Terrors: How to Ethically and Effectively Manage a Lawyers Trust Account