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Everything lasts forever online (access required)

“Permanent record” doesn’t mean what it used to anymore, folks. Case in point: Jameis Winston, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner and quarterback for the reigning national champion Florida State Seminoles, was cited for shoplifting $32.72 worth of crab legs at ...

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That oughta be in pictures (access required)

Consider the craziest exchange you’ve ever heard in a deposition or courtroom proceeding. And would you like to see it made into a short movie? Because if it’s crazy enough, that’s apparently a possibility now. The New York Times’ Op-Docs—its ...

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Printed in black and white (access required)

If you were reviewing a law students’ memo, how likely would you be too spot errors in there writing? There were three errors in the previous sentence, by the way. We hope you caught them all. But a recent study ...

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Life in the fast lane (access required)

The décor in Stokely Caldwell’s office is a little different than that of most of his cohorts at the Robinson Bradshaw law firm. Akin to a mullet haircut — business over here, party over there — it is an interweaving ...

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Snippets: If I could turn back time (access required)

The latest installment of Snippets, our recurring collection of quotable quotes from North Carolina court decisions, has just a single Snippet this week, and it comes from undoubtedly our most frequent contributor, Court of Appeals Judge Donna Stroud. In a ...

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Silent treatment (access required)

N.C. State Bar president Ron Baker has nothing to say to his former law school classmate A.P. Carlton, a Raleigh lawyer who represents LegalZoom in a highly contentious lawsuit against the bar. Carlton recently fired off a 4-page letter that ...

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