ABA Law Journal Modern Law Library: “How the Author of ‘The Forgotten Flight’ Fought to Bring Justice for Terror Victims’ Families”
On September 19, 1989, UTA Flight 772 was downed in Niger, killing 170 people. Family members brought suit against the Libyan government in the American court system. The ABA Journal’s Lee Rawles talks to Stuart Newberger, author of The Forgotten Flight: Terrorism, Diplomacy and the Pursuit of Justice, represented the families in their court case against the Libyan government. They discuss the French investigation into the crash and the years he spent representing the families.
Kennedy-Mighell Report: “How to Teach Lawyers About Legal Technology”
This week, hosts Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell talk about how to introduce technology to lawyers, what makes a successful technology conference, and answers audience questions about how to propose tech updates to senior partners.
Washington Post reporter Lillian Cunningham takes a look at the Constitution and the people who framed and reframed it over the years. The series started with “Framed,” which talks about the 1787 constitutional convention and continues with episodes about indigenous rights, suffragettes, and more.