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2021 AJEI Summit Panelist Bios
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Protected: Managing Stress and Strengthening Resiliency: Practical Strategies for Judges and Lawyers
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Protected: Hidden Cause, Visible Effect: Understanding the Supreme Court’s Shadow Docket
Protected: Writing from the Reader’s Perspective: How the English Language Really Works
Protected: Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, How Do We Dismantle Our Bias After All?
Protected: United States Supreme Court Civil Update
Protected: Curse or Blessing: How to Thrive Online Using Social Media in Today’s Legal World
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Protected: Storytelling for Advocates and Judges: How and Why We Should Incorporate Storytelling Techniques and Themes into our Work
Protected: War Crimes – From the Battlefield to the Courtroom
Protected: Preventing Wrongful Convictions by Ensuring the Reliability of Forensic Evidence
Protected: What Do Courts Do When Works of Faith Cross Works of Government
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Protected: Courage: The Seminal Virtue in Advocacy and Judging
Protected: Canons of Construction: What is Their Role, if Any, in Modern Jurisprudence?
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Protected: Legal Ethics 2.0: How Emerging Technologies Are Creating Novel Ethical Dilemmas
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