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Legal Examiner Articles
Patrick Quinlan, quickly becoming a regular in this space, exposes the truth about judicial activism.
It's National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, and Stephanie Gelber encourages families to get healthy.
Andrew Chochran admires Prof. Randy Barnett's vow to fight any federally enacted medical malpractice caps.
In your first trimester of pregnancy? Mike Monheit has some health tips, particularly regarding prescription drugs.
Greg Webb discusses the legal issues surrounding incresingly controversial car title loans.
Elsewhere Around the Web
Max Kennerly looks at how bacterial gene testing may (or may not) help prove negligence in hospital-acquired infection cases. – Litigation & Trial
As Slick Willie again knocked it out of the park at the DNC, Erik Turkewitz imagined Bill Clinton as trial lawyer. – New York Personal Injury Law Blog
For some reason I think of Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon when Kevin Underhill looks at all the stupidity involved in the US Air bomb hoax. – Lowering the Bar
All the sites I have seen pretty much agree that this is the Best. Amicus. Brief. Ever. – Above the Law
Scott Greenfield updates/explains his blog's excellent comment policy. – Simple Justice