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America's Largest "Law Farm"?

Posted by Irwin R. Kramer
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A former professor of Evidence Law and Civil Procedure, Irwin Kramer continues to teach opposing counsel lesso...
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on August 27, 2012
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We may not be the world's largest law firm.  But Kramer & Connolly has certainly "gone green" and now boasts what might just be the largest law "farm" in America, according to today's issue of The Daily Record ...

Using Facebook Judiciously

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A former professor of Evidence Law and Civil Procedure, Irwin Kramer continues to teach opposing counsel lesso...
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on June 21, 2012
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When you become a judge, must you give up your "friends"?

Lawyers: An Endangered Species?

Posted by Irwin R. Kramer
Irwin R. Kramer
A former professor of Evidence Law and Civil Procedure, Irwin Kramer continues to teach opposing counsel lesso...
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on June 20, 2012
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They may not engender much sympathy.  But, under the pressures of law practice and client grievances, many lawyers have become an endangered species.

Hard Calls for Robocall Defense Lawyers

Posted by Irwin R. Kramer
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A former professor of Evidence Law and Civil Procedure, Irwin Kramer continues to teach opposing counsel lesso...
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on May 8, 2012
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“When the law is against you, argue the facts.  When the facts are against you, argue the law.”  And, as lawyers in the robocall case demonstrate, “when both the law and the facts are against you, just argue.”

Wrongful Death Lawsuit: Is Campus Security Lax?

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on May 4, 2012
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When UVA lacrosse player Yeardley Love was found dead in her off-campus apartment, the school's president hoped her death would inspire outrage over campus violence.  Last week, he got his wish when Yeardley's mom sued the school for wrongful death.