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1/27:  BUSINESS LITIGATION SESSION 2021 YEAR IN REVIEW
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2/16:
 ORDER OUT OF COURT! WHAT DO LAWYERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ROBERT'S RULES OF ORDER? LEARN FROM AN EXPERT!
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 2/17: COMMUNITY JUSTICE IN MASSACHUSETTS - COLLABORATION BETWEEN SYSTEM AND COMMUNITY THAT REDUCES INCARCERATION
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3/2:  LEGAL WRITING SEMINAR: WITH SOME NOT-SO-TYPICAL TOPICS (March 2022)
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3/9: ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
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3/28: DEPOSITIONS - Corporate Entities using Rule 30(b)(6) and Experts
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  • ​The Massachusetts Superior Court Seeks to Fill Three Research Attorney Positions

    ​The Massachusetts Superior Court seeks to fill three Research Attorney positions, serving all the Justices of the Superior Court. This is a professional, permanent position within the Administrative Office of the Superior Court. Research Attorneys assist the Justices with legal research, writing, and analysis. Research Attorneys prepare draft decisions, research memoranda, and other documents; analyze and research specific legal issues and questions for the judges; and may assist in training and oversight of other legal research staff and interns. Read Full Article
  • COVID-19 Materials in HeinOnline ​

    Since the beginning of the pandemic HeinOnline has been gathering articles and reports related to past pandemics and the economic, societal, and healthcare impact of COVID-19. The COVID-19 collection now includes material on vaccination, including titles on vaccine mandates and documents regarding vaccine injury and the Vaccine Compensation Fund. Read Full Article
  • Trial Court Announces Changes to Court Operations

    In response to the current situation in the Commonwealth with respect to COVID-19, the Trial Court today issued an order that outlines changes to court operations. Massachusetts trial courts will remain physically open to the public to conduct business and will operate in accordance with protocols that enhance the health and safety of court users and personnel. Read Full Article
  • Supreme Judicial Court Issues New Order Pausing Jury Trials

    BOSTON, MA -- In response to the current situation in the Commonwealth with respect to COVID-19, the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) today issued an order pausing all jury trials in Massachusetts state courthouses until January 31, 2022. All courts otherwise will remain open for in-person business, with a continued emphasis on conducting matters remotely whenever possible. Read Full Article

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