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Don’t Commit Marketing Malpractice
Charlie Goldstein
May 02, 2023
Attorney Charlie Goldstein and marketing professional Daniel Anzanello share how hiring a marketing professional can help solo practitioners grow their business.
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President's Page: Join Us to Promote Access to Justice
Landon Ascheman
Apr 25, 2023
HCBA President Landon Ascheman invites you to the 2023 HCBF Bar Benefit.
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Professional Development: That's Why they Call it Practicing Law
Lisa Buck
Apr 18, 2023
Lisa Buck reviews the key takeaways from David Kempston's Book, "That's Why the Call it Practicing Law."
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10 Questions with Rashanda Bruce
Apr 11, 2023
In this edition of 10 Questions, we feature Rashanda Bruce, an associate at Robins Kaplan.​
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Art, Literature, and the Law: Aside From To Kill a Mockingbird, what other law-related books would you recommend?
Apr 10, 2023
Community members recommend their favorite legal-related book that is not "To Kill a Mockingbird."
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  • Art and the Law 2023
Esports Wagering Needs Legal Certainty
Aalok K. Sharma
Apr 04, 2023
Attorney Aalok Sharma examines two burgeoning activities that, when combined, have created a legal grey area: esports and gambling. Sharma examines past gaming laws and what needs to happen to make sure esports gambling remains a fair, legal, and flourishing activity.
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Art, Literature, and the Law: "I Was Wrong, You See"
Brandie Burris
Mar 30, 2023
Brandie Burris shares her poem, "I Was Wrong, You See."
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Art, Literature, and the Law: Your Submissions
Mar 29, 2023
Explore the artistic submissions of paintings, photography, sculpture, short stories, and poetry from HCBA members.
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Art Literature and the Law: Hump Day & The Arc of Time
Areti Georgopoulos
Mar 29, 2023
Areti Georgopoulos shares her short story, "Hump Day", and poem, "The Arc of Time."
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Art, Literature, and the Law: Poems
Aaron Thom
Mar 28, 2023
Aaron Thom shares his poems "Permanent as the Sun" and "When we waved Fred good-bye."
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Art, Literature, and the Law: The Reunion
Carolyn Wolski
Mar 28, 2023
As part of our Art and the Law Series, attorney Carolyn V. Wolski shares her short story, "The Reunion."
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NFTs and the Art World
Jodi DeSchane, Brian Auerbach
Mar 21, 2023
Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) remain a hot topic in the fast-paced world of crypto assets. But, as is common with many cutting-edge technologies, the rise of NFTs also coincides with new litigation as companies attempt to push the boundaries of a novel system, sometimes to their legal peril.
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Shifting Tides?
Jessica Karp
Mar 10, 2023
As children, we are taught simple adages that govern our concept of ownership. For hundreds of years, these simple concepts also governed the more complex process of collecting for museums and cultural institutions, where collections were previously stolen by conquerors and colonizers. The idea of true ownership and returning objects of cultural significance to their rightful homes, repatriation, has only become more well-known in the last hundred or so years.
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President's Page: Growing Your Legal Community Presence
Landon Ascheman
Mar 06, 2023
When I first started attending HCBA meetings, I had no idea what I was doing. I didn’t know anyone at the meeting, didn’t know what was expected of me, and had absolutely no idea about the structure of the HCBA. I was still welcomed with open arms and found many wise colleagues that were happy to help. That is the welcoming community I still see around me today, and I hope you will decide to join us.
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Each Story Is Worth Hearing
Judge Bill Koch
Mar 06, 2023
LeVar Burton knows it. Barbara Bush promoted it. Others champion it. Everyone realizes literacy is essential. There is a program in the Twin Cities allowing attorneys to join teachers and students to encourage and strengthen the literacy (and resilience) of middle school students: Reader/Writer. This program is the brainchild of former English teacher Lia Venchi, and it has actively engaged hundreds of attorneys in the Twin Cities.
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Introducing "Art, Literature and the Law" Series
Will Ashenmacher
Feb 28, 2023
HCBA member Will Ashenmacher has always been interested in how art and law converge, but his tastes have since expanded beyond the Grisham novel. Ashenmacher, special features editor for March's "Art, Literature and the Law" series, introduces five articles exploring intersections between art and law, from NFTs to the Reader/Writer program.
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Art and Law: Not So Different?
Terrance C. Newby
Feb 28, 2023
As a novelist, playwright, and litigation attorney, I am often struck by the similarities between my interests. Lawyers use the tools of novelists, playwrights, and photographers to tell our clients’ stories. Whether you try cases before a jury or draft contracts for corporate clients far from a courtroom, the practice of law incorporates the wordcraft of the novel, the drama of theater, and the simple power of the photograph.
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The Best of What's to Come
David S. Alter, PhD, ABPP, ABPH
Feb 13, 2023
As retirement looms, many retirees find it challenging to create a sense of value, purpose, and enjoyment outside of their decades of work. David Alter, PhD, provides us with a few clinically proven strategies to make sure that retirement is a time of discovery, curiosity, and play.
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New to the Bench: Judge Melissa Houghtaling
Feb 06, 2023
Learn more about Judge Melissa Houghtaling, who was appointed to the Fourth Judicial District Bench in June of 2022.
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40 Years of Intentional Infliction in Minnesota
Marshall H. Tanick
Jan 30, 2023
Marshall H. Tanick reviews the Minnesota doctrine of "intentional infliction", which was introduced 40 years ago, and how it has played out in Minnesota courts over the last four decades.
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