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For USA Today, Richard Wolf reports that “[t]he justices agreed Tuesday to decide quickly whether to hear the Trump administration’s appeal of a federal district court’s order to restart the DACA program without waiting for an appeals court ruling,” and that “[b]y setting up a...

The petition of the day is: Ulbricht v. United States 17-950 Issues: (1) Whether the warrantless seizure of an individual’s internet traffic information without probable cause violates the Fourth Amendment; and (2) whether the Sixth Amendment permits judges to find the facts necessary to support an otherwise unreasonable...

Legal technology guru Bob Ambrogi called 2017 “The Year of Women in Legal Tech” in a recent article. I couldn’t agree more. Last year, for the first time ever, the ABA TECHSHOW faculty roster was comprised of more women than men; not to mention the...