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Infographic: A Law Firm Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.

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We usually reserve the last day of the week to publish legal infographics and other shareable bits of content for our Friday Share series.  However, we spotted this infographic – The History of The Martin Luther King Holiday: A Historical Timeline – and we thought it fitting to publish it here in observance. “Today, more than ever, the message of ... Read More »

Happy Holidays from LexisNexis

LexisNexis Holiday Greeting

Dear Lawyers and Legal Pros: Thank you for being part of our community this year!  Happy Holidays! LexisNexis If you enjoyed this post, you might also like: Beautiful Minds: 41 Legal Industry Predictions for 2016  Read More »

Dear Legal:  Happy Thanksgiving!

Dear Legal Happy Thanksgiving

We stumbled upon a contributed article by Roy Ginsburg, and published on Attorney at Work about this time last year and thought it worthwhile to share here. The article – Lawyers, Give Thanks: You Have It Better Than You Think! – identifies three things lawyers, and perhaps the legal professionals that support lawyers have to be thankful for: “First, we ... Read More »

Friday Share: LexisNexis CEO Mike Walsh on Advancing Rule of Law

LexisNexis CEO Mike Walsh on Advancing Rule of Law

“The rule of law provides the foundation for how we live, the freedoms we have, and the degree of security that we enjoy,” so said LexisNexis CEO Mike Walsh in a recent presentation to the Conference of Western Attorneys General (CWAG). Rule of law sounds important.  We instinctively feel it’s important.  But what do those words really mean? As Mr. ... Read More »

Infographic: Amazing Coincidences of 2 Lawyers on July 4th

Infographic Amazing Parallels of 2 Lawyers on July 4th-header

Twenty-six of the 44 Presidents in U.S. history also served as lawyers.  On the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, it seems fitting to highlight two of them who also served as founding fathers:  John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Sometimes friends and sometimes bitter political rivals, their lives have amazing coincidences:  the both passed the bar at 24; they were ... Read More »

In Honor of Memorial Day

In Honor of Memorial Day

In the U.S. many offices are close for a national holiday — Memorial Day. A long standing website dedicated to Memorial Day describes the history and origin this way: Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in service of the United States of America. Over two dozen cities and towns claim ... Read More »

Law Day Infographic:  Brief History of the Magna Carta

Law Day Infographic Brief History of the Magna Carta-header

Among all the people who have served as U.S. President, the majority had roots in the profession of law before rising to this nation’s top office.  President Eisenhower, who led the allied effort in Europe during World War II, is among the fewer that did not. Even so it was this former general who first established Law Day.  According to ... Read More »

Happy Holidays from LexisNexis

Happy Holidays from LexisNexis

In this, our final post of the year, we are sending out a big “thank you” note for the opportunity to engage with you on these pages. We hope you have an enjoyable holiday and look forward to engaging you in 2015.   If you enjoyed this post, you might also like: 25-Plus Predictions for the Legal Industry in 2015  Read More »