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A study of civil cases handled by Assistant United States Attorneys (AUSAs) found that when alternative dispute resolution (ADR) was used, 65% of cases settled compared to only 29% of cases when it was not used.
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While exact coursework may differ by program and concentration, MLS degree programs usually have the same learning outcomes—or at least share common elements.
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If you want to work in law but don’t want to go to law school, there’s other legal careers to consider that don’t require you to be a practicing attorney—and lucrative ones, at that.
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If you are interested in law a career in eDiscovery might be right for you. Read on to learn more about what eDiscovery is, career prospects of eDiscovery jobs, and tips on how to become an eDiscovery professional.
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