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TECH BLOG

  • Barron K. Henley

    Microsoft Word: Practice Does Not Make Perfect

    Tech Blog

    Here are two important facts about Microsoft Word: Fact 1: One hundred... Read More

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    The Communication Tool You Should Be Using—Google Hangouts

    Tech Blog

    I am a huge fan of Google Hangouts. I use it routinely for both work and personal... Read More

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  • Stephanie L. Stenberg

    Facebook’s Low-Tech Response to a Law Enforcement Subpoena

    ICLE Staff

    In extremely limited situations, Facebook actually does respond to discovery requests. In my September 2014 post,... Read More

  • Rebekah Page-Gourley

    A Lawyer by Day...

    ICLE Staff

    All of the lawyers I work with in my role at ICLE graciously put in the time and effort to educate other lawyers and elevate... Read More

COMMUNITY BLOGS

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    New Case Impacts First-Party Special Needs Trusts

    ICLE Partner Open Forum

    This week, ICLE will be releasing an on-demand seminar entitled “How and Why... Read More

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    COA Geek Alert: Unpublished Opinions

    ICLE Partner Open Forum

    For those who don’t do appellate work, you may not want to spend your time reading... Read More

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Newly Revised Michigan Model Criminal Jury Instructions with ICLE Commentary

Includes model instructions required to be used in criminal trials effective March 1, 2014, as well as use notes, histories, and detailed ICLE Commentary. Use the instructions and the ICLE Commentary at every stage of a criminal case.