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Workshop: 'Vulnerability at the Intersection of the Changing Firm and the Changing Family'

In a two-day workshop, Deborah Dinner, associate professor of law, will be joined by authorities in family and labor law, corporate law, welfare history, economics and policy who use the concepts of vulnerability and resilience to argue for a more responsive state.
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'Effective' use of technology depends on standards of the time, Nash writes

"The Supreme Court has interpreted the Sixth Amendment to the Constitution to entitle criminal defendants to effective assistance of legal counsel," David J. Bederman Research Professor Jonathan Nash writes for The Hill, concerning Maryland v. Kulbicki. "A unanimous per curiam opinion, indicating that the justices thought the issues in the case were clear ... sheds light on what constitutes 'effective' assistance in light of evolving science and technology."
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