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Author Archives: Stuart Hindman

Is it time to rethink the licensing of lawyers?

The policy reasons for adopting a nationalized and standardized Bar exam are sound. Maybe it’s time to remove the territorial barriers that often prevent attorneys from relocating or accepting new jobs. Furthermore, I think it’s time for Maryland to reexamine its policy of reciprocal admission.

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Watch out — that next Facebook message might just be a summons

Most people have Facebook readily accessible on their smartphones, tablets, computers, watches, or any other type of technology that might be invented. Why shouldn’t lawyers be able to take full use of the many means of communication that are available? Would you ever use Facebook or another social media site to serve an uncooperative defendant?

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