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Uncommon Carriers
President Obama's entry into the net neutrality debate increases pressure on the FCC as it struggles to regulate the Internet.

The Aggressor
Christopher Dolan's tenacious approach to big cases has won him some notoriety -- and some enemies.

Label Litigation Feeds New Practices
As Northern California sees a smattering of food cases, a new practice area grows.

Clerk to the Stars
Retired SCOTUS clerk Gen. William Suter visits California as a Hoover Institute Fellow.

Students as Bill Writers
McGeorge law students drafted four bills that became legislation last year.

Good Works: Helping Minors in Immigration Court
Attorneys with Keker & Van Nest are volunteering 500 pro bono hours this year

GCs Gain as Businesses Bring Work In House
A look at in-house legal department compensation.


Get Ready for a Data Breach
Cybersecurity goes beyond firewalls and encryption, encompassing education, incident-response plans, and separate insurance coverage.



Editor's Note

Expert Advice: Slam Dunk or Personal Foul?
A dispute over a congratulatory ad to Michael Jordan creates a new law.

MCLE: Ethics and the Internet
What happens when traditional ethics rules meet the Internet.

Discipline Report

In Pro Per: A Client Is Killed
A legal clinic's director recalls the aftermath of a client's murder.

In House: Big Opportunities for Interns
Unpaid interns can gain key skills working with in-house counsel, provided companies heed state and federal rules

At Large: Public Interest Warriors
Two legal advocates continue fighting for the rights of the poor.