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Archive for July 6th, 2016

Professor Mead and ACLU Successfully Challenge RNC Protest Zones

Brass Scales Of Justice by GDJProfessor Joseph Mead was co-counsel for the plaintiffs in Citizens for Trump et al v. Cleveland et al, the recent successful challenge to the city of Cleveland’s restrictions on protesters at the Republican National Convention. The lawsuit was filed by the ACLU of Ohio, which represented Citizens For Trump, Organize Ohio, and the Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless. After Judge James Gwin issued an opinion declaring Cleveland’s restrictions unconstitutional, the parties reached a negotiated agreement on a new event zone. Read more about the case at

This Just In: Technology Tips for Seniors



Do you know a parent, grandparent, or senior partner who could use a refresher on the latest technology? Technology Tips for Seniors is a book you could suggest to them. While it’s co-written by two attorneys and published by the ABA Senior Lawyers Division, the text is mostly geared towards everyday life. Topics covered include:

  • Using mobile devices and computers
  • Connecting with family and friends using social media
  • Sharing files, photo, videos and more
  • Technology tips for travel and health
  • Keeping your privacy and identity safe