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Texas Elections Bill Would Allow Video Surveillance at Polls

A sweeping elections bill moving through the Texas Legislature would empower poll watchers to decide whether voters might be trying to cast fraudulent ballots, take a video, and send the recording to the state, sparking concerns about conflicts at the polls.

Young Lawyers Reveal How They Made Partner in a Pandemic, Part 3

In a year when we’ve faced a global pandemic, an American reckoning with race and everything that comes with both, the road to the partnership has also been challenging. So how did the young lawyers who successfully sought out the partnership make it? New partners tell their stories in the final installment of our series, “Making Partner in a Pandemic.”

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When Your Boss is Notorious: Clerking for R.B.G.

Seven of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s former law clerks reveal what it’s like to work for the Notorious R.B.G.

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