Winter 2013, Vol. 7, Issue 1
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Table of Contents
Technology & Its Effects on the Judicial Process: From Judges to Litigators to Jurors
by Cynthia K. Heerboth
In Missouri and across the nation, judges, lawyers, jurors and clients are reaping the benefits of technology-driven efficiencies in the courtroom.
Small Size, Big Problems: Smartphones in the Courtroom
by Gary Toohey
Judges are increasingly struggling to balance the decorum of the courtroom and the need to preserve the unfettered administration of justice with the pervasive - and often invasive - role of smartphones and other electronic devices.
How Did Lawyers Become "Doctors"?: From the LL.B. to the J.D.
by David Perry
Who Do Others Think You Are? Your Reputation: Greatest Asset or Detriment as a Lawyer
by Linda Oligschlaeger
The Long and Winding Road Ahead
by Peter A. Giuliani
Lawyers & Social Media: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
by Thomas J. Watson
The Executive Summary
Looking Ahead: The Impact of Technology
by Sebrina A. Barrett
Missouri Legal Trivia
by Joseph Fred Benson
Writing It Right
Appellate Advocacy, Written and Oral
by Judge Hugh R. Jones
Did You Hear About AB?
by Dennis G. Carlson
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ABA TECHSHOW 2013 - April 4-6, 2013
18th Annual Solo & Small Firm Conference - June 13-15, 2013
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