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  • Study: Female law profs more frequently cited

    Study: Female law profs more frequently cited

    Good news for female law professors: your law review articles are cited an average of 30 percent more often than male law professors’ work, according to an article published on the Social Science Research Network.

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Realities of Real Estate: Why we live where we live

As part of our profession in real estate, we’ve seen and sold a wide variety of homes, everything from a $14,000 double-wide to multi-million dollar waterfront estates.

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Barry Ritholtz: Better roads worth 12 cents a gallon?

In the middle of the last century, the U.S. started building the Interstate Highway System. It's now named after President Dwight Eisenhower, who shepherded its passage through Congress in 1956.

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C. Fraser Smith: Democrats fail at show and tell

And another thing about the recent election: The anti-government zealots got off scot-free. No one challenged their premise: Government is the enemy.

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Rod Staatz: Why credit unions are booming

Americans are discovering the benefits of credit union membership at an unprecedented rate -- more than 100 million Americans are now credit union members. That’s one out of every three Americans.

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