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The pandemic brought this lawyer to legal commentary, and the work includes sponsorship deals
Emily D. Baker wanted a diversion from 2020, so she started doing her own legal commentary about pop culture, with topics including a pair of "Satan Shoes" associated with rapper Lil Nas X and the conservatorship of Britney Spears. Today, Baker is considered to be an influencer. According to her, she earns more than she did as a Los Angeles County deputy district attorney.
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Public defender with Patreon for FOIA lawsuits shares her thoughts on lawyers and social media
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Law prof focuses on positives from the COVID-19 pandemic
A Colorado law professor recently discussed how he incorporates mindfulness in his life and finding “pandemic positives” with ABA Journal Senior Writer Stephanie Francis Ward.
What it's like to argue before the Supreme Court during COVID-19
SCOTUS lawyer Jeffrey L. Fisher breaks down how he had to adapt during the coronavirus crisis for three recent Supreme Court cases that he argued.
Law prof finds ways to connect remotely amid historic election and COVID-19 restrictions
Law professor April Dawson talks to Senior Writer Stephanie Francis Ward about finding creative ways to use technology in the classroom, even before the pandemic.
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