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An Advocate’s Charge: Important Tips for Tailoring Jury Instructions to Your Case

On November 6, 2019 by Schnader

Lee C. Schmeer, an associate in Schnader’s Litigation Department, recently published an article on the American Bar Association’s website entitled, “An Advocate’s Charge: Important Tips for Tailoring Jury Instructions to Your Case.” Mr. Schmeer provides actionable strategies for an attorney who may find him or herself faced with model jury […]

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Types of AI Tools in Law

On October 31, 2019 by Schnader

Heidi W. Heller, Schnader’s Director of Research & Information Resources, published a book chapter, “Types of AI Tools in Law,” in Law Librarianship in the Age of AI. This cutting-edge volume, published by the American Library Association, surveys current practices and future trends and offers an incisive examination of the […]

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For Young Lawyers – “Three Challenges Faced by Newly Hired Law School Graduates”

On October 23, 2019 by Schnader

A good read – “Three Challenges Faced by Newly Hired Law School Graduates.” This month’s Young Lawyer Q&A, published by Schnader’s team in The Legal Intelligencer, tackles three challenges faced by newly hired graduates: curiosity about partner compensation; weak organizational skills; and developing relationships as an introvert. A diverse panel […]

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Robert Williams Publishes the Attorney Director’s Column in AIA’s magazine, The Binder

On October 18, 2019 by Schnader

Robert J. Williams, in his role as Board member and Director of the Attorney Division for the Aviation Insurance Association, published a column in AIA’s magazine, The Binder (Summer 2019). Click here to read the article.

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