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    December 24, 2015

    1. Pfizer's future
    2. Blowing out the candles on bad copyright claims

    Nation

    1. Support for legal abortion at highest level in 2 years
    2. A year later, cause of fatal house fire still a mystery
    3. Officers on the beat see changes as tension rises on patrol
    4. Yale Law clinic releases paper on body camera access laws
    5. National Roundup

    State

    1. Dykema earns top marks in survey
    2. Nemeth Law attorney named board chair of AFS

    Courts

    1. Drug may give those leaving jail a better shot at recovery
    2. How lawyers in Freddie Gray cases maintain their practices
    3. Officers in racists texts case can keep jobs

    Business

    1. Who's too old for major treatment? Age not always a barrier
    2. Banks revise retail strategy as technology's role expands
    3. Extreme weather poses increasing threat to U.S. power grid
    4. Nation Yale Law clinic releases paper on body camera access laws
    5. Rockin' Christmas Party
    6. Dykema earns top marks in survey
    7. Matthew Berard on Drone Registration
    8. National Roundup
    9. Washington Support for legal abortion at highest level in 2 years Survey finds Republicans still deeply divided over the issue
    10. Presidential Politics 2016 Regime change debate creates unusual 2016 alliances Much of the campaign discussion centers on Syria's Bashar Assad
    11. Connecticut A year later, cause of fatal house fire still a mystery Four victims died from smoke inhalation; deaths were ruled accidental
    12. Massachusetts Drug may give those leaving jail a better shot at recovery Manufacturer pushes prisons to link inmates with services on the outside
    13. Nation Officers on the beat see changes as tension rises on patrol Patrolmen worry greater use of cameras leaves them vulnerable to judgment
    14. Health Care Who's too old for major treatment? Age not always a barrier Nation's 90-and-up population has nearly tripled in recent decades
    15. Banking Banks revise retail strategy as technology's role expands Branches work to balance providing digital ease and personalized service
    16. Blowing out the candles on bad copyright claims
    17. Pfizer's future
    18. Maryland How lawyers in Freddie Gray cases maintain their practices Important to show other clients that their cases have not fallen through the cracks
    19. California Officers in racists texts case can keep jobs
    20. Nemeth Law attorney named board chair of AFS

    Feature

    1. Winter Gala
    2. Daily Briefs . . .
    3. Asked and Answered . . .
    4. 4 M-Law students awarded 2016 Skadden Fellowships
    5. Rockin' Christmas Party