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TECH BLOG

  • Jeffrey E. Kirkey

    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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  • Scott Bassett

    Controlling Your Computer Remotely from Your iPad

    Tech Blog

    Lawyers love their iPads. Soon after the first iPad was introduced in 2010,... Read More

RECENT ICLE BLOGS

  • Melanie C. Hagan

    Two Questions: Cert Granted in Sixth Circuit Same-Sex Marriage Cases

    ICLE Staff

    On January 16, 2015, the United State Supreme Court granted petitions for certiorari in four consolidated cases originating... Read More

  • Jeanne E. Murphy

    ABLE was I . . . (Achieving a Better Life Experience Act)

    ICLE Staff

    The ABLE Act, Achieving a Better Life Experience Act, was passed into law on December 19, 2014. The ABLE Act provides for... Read More

COMMUNITY BLOGS

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    Court of Appeals Upends Medicaid Caregiver Policy

    ICLE Partner Open Forum

    I started out calling this post, “Court of Appeals Confuses Medicaid Caregiver... Read More

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    Latest EPIC Q & A

    ICLE Partner Open Forum

    The Probate Section has a resource called the EPIC Q & A. Attorneys ask... 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.