These paid internships are for law students and recent graduates with a strong interest and exceptional skills in legal writing, research, and legal tech. Projects will include these and others: Research and writing related to completing new editions of Point Made and Point Taken Testing legal documents using BriefCatch Creating and formatting e-learning on legal…

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Today’s judges pepper their opinions with nods to Marie Kondo, Breaking Bad, Bob Dylan, and Dr. Seuss. Were the old-timers missing a populist touch? You be the judge. I did some pop-culture research to predict how three great opinions might have read differently. Marbury v. Madison (1803) Just as Johnny Appleseed has the last word…

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In the holiday spirt, the Vice Chancellor Laster just sent contract drafters a gift: His new blockbuster COVID-related decision “edits” the Material Adverse Effect definition driving the M&A dispute. Here’s the original, the court’s discussion, a redline, and a revised version. Do you agree that the language the Court of Chancery suggests cutting is “obviously…

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