Monthly Archives: December 2013

Law Firm Pays It Forward; LPR Closed For Holidays

We at LPR are always looking for inspiring stories to spur legal reform.  This holiday season, we stumbled on the story of a law firm that started a holiday program to encourage others to do good deeds and pay it … Continue reading

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Judicial Assistance For Litigants Without Lawyers?

The D.C. Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure recently called out a D.C. Superior Court judge seeking senior status for “discourteous and impatient treatment of litigants.”  The Commission was created in 1970 to oversee the conduct of D.C.’s judges.   Reading the … Continue reading

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Are Law Schools Catching On?

There seems to be an acknowledgement by certain law schools that the age-old model of law school curricula needs updating to meet the demand for practice ready associate attorneys.  While many in the legal field cannot agree on what that … Continue reading

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