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While the job market looks better than it did in the past, things still aren’t too hot for entry-level lawyers seeking employment opportunities. That’s why law students are beginning to branch out to other rewarding areas in the law,outside of practice, to enhance their career prospects.
Google has been a significant player in many facets of the patent world — as a creator,critic, litigator, buyer and big data indexer. Today, it’s taking the wraps off a product that is its flagship in the last of those categories: It’s launching a new version of the Google Patents search, which will now also incorporate related results of Prior Art and Google Scholar citations.
As an academic quarter begins, most instructors at Stanford don’t dwell much on the idea of motivating students. After all, students here are bright and inquisitive, and have excelled in academic pursuits in large part, it seems, because they know how to focus their energies and attend to business. And the start of a new quarter always brings with it a buzz of enthusiasm and adrenaline, in class and out. But as the quarter progresses and courses settle into a comfortable routine, student interest can appear to flag—and it’s at this point that the urge to reenergize students comes to the fore and instructors begin to ask how they can motivate their students to perform better.
How often have you had an email thread devolve into chaos and frustration, only to be solved quickly and easily with a phone call or in-person chat?
The Legal team at Adobe is constantly seeking creative new ways to better serve our customers and employees. Part of this effort has been the development of the Adobe Legal Department Style Guide. We use it as the foundation for the way we create and revise our agreements and policy and training materials to ensure that they are as clear and concise as possible, and that we communicate with a common voice. These efforts have already paid off by making our document processes more efficient and reducing translation and other costs. What’s more, less jargon makes everyone happy by making our internal and external communications easier to understand. Now we’d like to help others in the legal profession do the same. The Adobe Legal Department Style Guide is available to anyone free of charge under a Creative Commons license. We hope that you’ll find it of value to you and your organization.
Northern Light® today launched Millie™, the first market and competitive intelligence portal available free on the web. Millie is structured as a series of industry-specific dashboards, making it easy to find useful information in a self-service environment. Each dashboard presents news headlines about major companies and industry topics, and graphics depicting significant industry trends.
Just in time for teachers, students and families preparing to head back to school—the all new Office for Mac is here. Packed with a whole new set of features, Office 2016 for Mac is sure to help scholars of all ages do their best work. To help you get most out of the new Office for Mac, we’ve narrowed it down to our top 10.
The texts of proposed amendments to constitutions, draft constitutions, and recent constitutions can be published in a variety of sources. These documents might not exist in English translation, but only in the original language or vernacular. Here are some tips for locating new constitutional texts.