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  • Report looks at roadblocks among women lawyers, offers dialogue tips

    November 26, 2020

    A new study and report from the American Bar Association Commission on Women in the Profession, "This Talk Isn't Cheap: Women of Color and White Women Attorneys Find Common Ground," addresses communication barriers among white women lawyers an

  • A word choice that somehow spelled 'trouble'

    November 26, 2020

    The move also brought to light a real-life police story from yesteryear, when I labored in the ever-changing environs of the weekly newspaper business with my longtime colleague Brian Cox, the current editor of The Detroit Legal News.

  • Legacy: Attorney is sworn in at his grandfather's former courtroom

    November 26, 2020

    James “Jay” J. Fleming was sworn in as an attorney on Nov. 6, by Judges Richard LaFlamme, John McBain and Susan Jordan in the former Jackson County courtroom of his grandfather, James G. Fleming, Judge of the 4th Circuit Court from 1975 to 199

  • HR experts find reasons to hire, not turn away, workers with convictions

    November 26, 2020

    Employers shouldn’t shun job applicants who have been incarcerated or who have criminal convictions on their records, leading human resource experts said during a webinar co-hosted  by SHRM — the Society for Human Resource Management &mdas

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