Favorite Thing Archive

  • While we have had discussion of the decline of civil jury trials for some time now, did you know someone is actually doing something about it? In addition to the article we have on their latest meeting (a conversation between project founder Steve Susman and Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor), […]

    Favorite Thing: Civil Jury Project

    by Rita R. Handrich, Ph.D. While we have had discussion of the decline of civil jury trials for some time now, did you know someone is actually doing something about it? In addition to the article we have on their latest meeting (a conversation between project founder Steve Susman and Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor), […]

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  • It's tough to keep up with rapidly changing areas of study so when we find websites like this one, we want you to know.

    Favorite Thing: The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues

    by Editorial Staff It's tough to keep up with rapidly changing areas of study so when we find websites like this one, we want you to know.

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  • Does it affect you or does it effect you? Never avoid those words again when you have this month's Favorite Thing handy.

    Favorite Thing for February 2015

    by Rita Handrich, Ph.D. Does it affect you or does it effect you? Never avoid those words again when you have this month's Favorite Thing handy.

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  • Why, you may wonder, would Plain Text EVER be a Favorite Thing. Because it is fabulous. Or, perhaps because, "Plain text is the cockroach of file types: it will outlive us all."

    Favorite Thing: Plain Text

    by Brian Patterson Why, you may wonder, would Plain Text EVER be a Favorite Thing. Because it is fabulous. Or, perhaps because, "Plain text is the cockroach of file types: it will outlive us all."

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  • What works best when organizing thoughts and tasks? Free association or maintaining order? Our Favorite Thing gives you the best of both worlds.

    Favorite Thing: Mind Map

    by Brian Patterson What works best when organizing thoughts and tasks? Free association or maintaining order? Our Favorite Thing gives you the best of both worlds.

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  • Not enough sleep during trial (or outside of trial)? Try our Favorite Thing.

    May 2014 Favorite Thing: Sleep Cycle Alarm App

    by ASTC Member Trial Consultants Not enough sleep during trial (or outside of trial)? Try our Favorite Thing.

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  • NO MORE SPAM erased on your desktop but showing on mobile devices!

    February 2014 Favorite Thing!

    by Rita Handrich, PhD NO MORE SPAM erased on your desktop but showing on mobile devices!

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  • Ah, the DELETE key. Sitting politely in the upper right of your keyboard, it patiently awaits a caress from your pinky. It quickly corrects errant keystrokes and poor word choices. Click. Goodbye. It evicts spam in the blink of an eye. Banishing Testostoril, Walk-in tubs, and Nigerian Finance Ministers with […]

    Favorite Thing: The DELETE Key

    by Jason Barnes Ah, the DELETE key. Sitting politely in the upper right of your keyboard, it patiently awaits a caress from your pinky. It quickly corrects errant keystrokes and poor word choices. Click. Goodbye. It evicts spam in the blink of an eye. Banishing Testostoril, Walk-in tubs, and Nigerian Finance Ministers with […]

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  • Videos from the ABA’s 2012 National Symposium of the American Jury System: The Optimal Jury Trial are now available for viewing on line. http://www.americanbar.org/groups/justice_center/american_jury.html The symposium included panels on jury size and jury selection, jurors asking questions, giving preliminary jury instructions on the law, allowing attorneys to make interim statements […]

    Favorite Thing: American Jury System- The Optimal Jury Trial Videos

    by ASTC Member Trial Consultants Videos from the ABA’s 2012 National Symposium of the American Jury System: The Optimal Jury Trial are now available for viewing on line. http://www.americanbar.org/groups/justice_center/american_jury.html The symposium included panels on jury size and jury selection, jurors asking questions, giving preliminary jury instructions on the law, allowing attorneys to make interim statements […]

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  • Stop avoiding filling out those expense reports! Let our Favorite Thing make it easier for you!

    Favorite Thing: Expensify

    by Brian Patterson Stop avoiding filling out those expense reports! Let our Favorite Thing make it easier for you!

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