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Veterans Day Reflections: How Military Service Benefits Our Work in the Law

On November 11, 2020 by Schnader

Randall P. Hsia and David Robert Struwe published an article, “Veterans Day Reflections: How Military Service Benefits Our Work in the Law,” in The Legal Intelligencer. Military service has provided both attorneys and nonattorneys at Schnader with a wellspring of professional and life experience, whether it involves practical and technical […]

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To Preside or Not to Preside: Questions and Concerns on the Varying Practices of Judicial Participation in Jury Selection

On September 30, 2020 by Schnader

Matthew N. Korenoski published an article, “To Preside or Not to Preside: Questions and Concerns on the Varying Practices of Judicial Participation in Jury Selection,” for the American Bar Association’s Trial Practice Committee of the Litigation Section. He wrote: “Just as attorneys evaluate prospective jurors during voir dire, judges do […]

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Philly Has Two Weeks Left for the Census and Crucial Federal Funding It Provides

On September 17, 2020 by Schnader

Arlene Fickler published an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer, “Philly has two weeks left for the Census and crucial federal funding it provides.” She wrote, in part: “This year . . . marks the 24th time in which the United States is counting how many people reside within our borders, […]

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The Complete Appellate Advocate: Beyond Brief Writing

On September 2, 2020 by Schnader

Deena Jo Schneider published an article, “The Complete Appellate Advocate: Beyond Brief Writing” in Appellate Issues, a publication of the American Bar Association’s Council of Appellate Lawyers. A paper with additional material on this topic was presented by Schneider at the 2019 Appellate Judges Education Institute Summit. The article states, […]

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