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Archive for April 30th, 2012

Lawyers without Rights Exhibit at C|M|Law

image of cover of Lawyers without Rights brochureFrom April 18th through May 27th, 2012, C|M|Law hosts the traveling exhibition Lawyers without Rights:  Jewish Lawyers in Germany under the Third Reich, a commentary on what happened under the Third Reich when lawyers, the judicial system, and the just rule of law were undermined and abused, leading to great tragedy.  Click here for a resource guide complimenting the exhibit.  The guide includes information on exhibit-related CLE programs at C|M|Law May 11th-24th.

The German Federal Bar sponsored, researched, and underwrote the exhibition.  It has presented the exhibition throughout Germany, Europe, Israel, and elsewhere.  The exhibition presented in the US is supported by the German Federal Foreign Office and the American Bar Association and its Section of International Law.

CALI’s Latest Free E-Book: Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure

 Get the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure (and forms) for your Kindle, Smartphone, Nook, iPad or other device.    Rules are current through December 1, 2011.  This free ebook joins CALI’s growing collection of free ebooks, which include the Federal Rules of Evidence, Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The book can be read using any ereader, or on your computer using ebook software, such as Calibre (which is free).  They are free to anyone, not just law students and faculty.