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Getting it Right

By   /  June 1, 2012  /  Featured, Tribute 

Gavel Being Struck

We have been so lucky at Touro Law Center to have Leon on our faculty sharing a lifetime of knowledge and practice with our students and bringing the same dedication and commitment to his teaching that he brings to every intellectual endeavor. What better role model for our students than a professor who insists on getting it right and who believes passionately in the nobility of the profession.

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Lawyering Decisions—October 2009 Term

By   /  June 1, 2011  /  1st Amendment, Constitutional Law, Professional Responsibility 

Supreme Court over Pool

Many Supreme Court observers have commented on the unusual number of cases decided last Term that involved some aspect of lawyering. In fact, one commentator described the phenomenon as “ ‘nothing short of a revolution.’ ” Whether it qualifies as a revolution or not, it is certainly notable that the Supreme Court’s “incredible shrinking docket” included as many cases as it did that directly impacted the practice of law.

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