School Board hires law firm to review Prince William Superintendent's Twitter interactions with …

School Board hires law firm to review Prince William Superintendent's Twitter interactions with …

Potomac Local News has learned the private law firm was retained to review Walts' Twitter account in early March. It is expected to make a …
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How To Listen To The Recordings Of The Supreme Court Hearings

The Supreme Court is now holding hearings over a teleconference, making the audio publicly available. Jerry Goldman, the founder of the Oyez Project, offers some guidance on how to listen to it.
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Law school is expensive. In Part 1 of a two-part series on law student debt, Vinson & Elkins LLP's Bryan Gividen discusses how student loan debt …
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The Future of Identity: Conversations with a Legal Technology Entrepreneur

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Tech Companies Take Privacy Reins During Virus Absent US Law

But without federal laws requiring such steps, consumers may doubt that companies will actually follow through and protect their data, said Neema Singh …
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