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Even Women Who Can’t Say #MeToo Have Been Negatively Impacted by Predatory Culture

Kathleen J. Wu

Even for women who haven’t been harassed or assaulted (which I am fortunate enough to be), there is a price to be paid for a culture that denigrates and objectifies women. Many women, even if they haven’t been harassed or assaulted, know that they are most likely missing out on opportunities simply because they are women.

As Law Students Enter Finals, Schools Find Ways to Help With the Stress

Angela Morris

As Texas law schools enter another final exam season in December, they know that students are stressed, and they’re trying to help. On the lighter side, they distract students with fun events—puppies on campus—or relax them with neck massages. On a serious note, schools present students with information about appropriate and inappropriate ways to cope with stress, and they provide free counseling services.

Book Launch

Robert Stack

Dallas trial lawyer Tom Melsheimer and Judge Craig Smith co-authored a new book on jury trials.

Careful: Your Refrigerator Might Be Listening (Think IoT)!

Eric Levy, Eddie Block and Peter Vogel

Our mobile phones and tablets serve as jukeboxes, video arcades, personal assistants and encyclopedias, and we can get an answer to almost any question by simply saying, “Hey Siri” (or “Hey Alexa” or “Hey Genie”).

The Seinfeldian Compliance Model

Ryan McConnell, Meagan Baker, and Stephanie Bustamante

Compliance remains a people business. And behavioral economics is the study of why people do what they do.

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