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Introduction This article summarizes the most important findings and implications of research I conducted on the use of plea bargains throughout the Cook County criminal justice system during my time as an undergraduate student at the University of Chicago. Does plea bargaining promote expediency at the expense of just outcomes when used to resolve cases […]

08 Mar 2023
Title VII, An Explanation
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Title VII, An Explanation By Edward Diaz, ACP March 2023 Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is a proper provision entrusted by the United States that prohibits workplace discrimination in virtually every employment circumstance. The policy prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, pregnancy, or national origin. In short, the Title […]

Managing the multiple components of the litigation process can be both time-consuming and tedious. While litigation teams use many technology tools, my favorite is deposition transcript software (DTS). Using such software will save time and money.¬†Unfortunately, I have also experienced the pain of quickly finding information from antiquated page/line summaries for the trial attorney. DTS […]

13 Feb 2023
NALA Exhibitor/Sponsor Information Page
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Exhibitor Service Manual You should have received an email from Capital Convention Contractors (CCC Help < with the 2023 Exhibitor Service Manual. You can also access the manual here. Should you require any of their services, simply print and complete the forms needed and either fax or email them. If you prefer to go paperless, […]

09 Feb 2023
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NALA HONORS THE IMPORTANCE OF BLACK HISTORY IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION Black History Month offers an opportunity to celebrate and acknowledge the important contributions of African Americans throughout history. This year, NALA is honoring the significance of Black history in the legal profession by recognizing the contributions of paralegals and the impact they have had […]