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Does truth-telling tell women’s truth? Societies that have experienced repressive regimes or internal conflict often move through a truth and reconciliation process. Violence against women ...

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Law library showcases Grittner Minnesota Clerk of Appellate Courts Fred Grittner sang at the Minnesota Judicial Center’s “Library Showcase” on Dec. 20 to celebrate the ...

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’Holidays at the firm’ This holiday season Bar Buzz commemorated the first card to arrive (Greene Espel’s) and a particularly entertaining cyber-card we received from ...

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Public defenders scope out Darrow performance Clarence Darrow said, “You can protect your liberties in this world only by protecting the other man’s freedom. You ...

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Anderson re-election campaign launches Noting that the upcoming Supreme Court elections may be particularly contentious, a steering committee for Justice Paul Anderson has begun requesting ...

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Will the real appointee please stand up? At last week’s press conference announcing the elevation of Court of Appeals Judge Christopher Dietzen to the Supreme ...

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Wait, wait…it’s Karen’s answering machine One of the most famous voices in radio, that of Carl Kasell of National Public Radio, is now answering the ...

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Minnesota lawyers rally for colleagues in Pakistan Last Wednesday at noon, members of the Minnesota bar joined with attorneys across the country to demonstrate in ...

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Talk loudly and carry a little stick (or gavel, anyway) We had a piece in Bar Buzz last week about a panel discussion at the ...

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A supremely judicious panel at UST Law School It was held the day after Halloween, but a recent panel discussion of four former Minnesota Supreme ...

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