Tag Archives: Legal Communication

Big Law Barbie

So you may have noted that Mattel is getting a little bit of guff over their Dom Barbie, to add on to the general problem of the doll’s body mold. On the other hand, Barbie is breaking gender stereotypes with the “I can be” career series. Who knew women could be baby doctors or art […]
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I have known for some time about the A2K conference, being held at Yale from April 21 to 23, and was hoping to drop in on it. I had even considered sending my Media Law students. But at $250 a pop, that’s pretty unlikely. (Besides, I’m going to a play–several, actually–that Saturday.) Conferences cost money–there’s […]
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Visualizing Legal Argument

This looks like a fun conference: Graphic and Visual Representations of Evidence and Inference in Legal Settings. For reasons that shouldn’t be all that hard to figure out, over the last couple of years I have been increasingly interested in the way lawyers assemble and understand information. Especially with complex litigation, the amount of information […]
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