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Unplugged: Mindfulness and the Law by Joel Oster and Steven Iwersen

An Exciting New Approach to Mindfulness Training

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Joel Oster
Learn & Laugh with Joel Oster

Joel is a seasoned constitutional attorney and regular speaker to attorneys and non-attorneys alike. He represented the town of Greece, New York in the landmark constitutional case Galloway v. Greece. Joel argued the case before the United States District Court for the Western District of New York and the Second Circuit, and was part of the legal team presenting the case to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Comedian of Law is Coming to You!

Upcoming Live CLEs:

September 21 - ABC’s of Story Telling and Legal Writing (09/21/2020)
September 21 - Darwinian Awards for Attorneys (09/21/2020)
September 22 - State v. O.J. Simpson: Lessons from the Trial of the Century (09/22/2020)
September 22 - A Guide for Lying from Honest Abe (09/22/2020)
September 23 - Deposition Do’s and Don’ts (09/23/2020)

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The Twitter-in-Chief’s Executive Order on Social Media: The biggest nothing burger since the McDLT

Last week, our Twitter-in-Chief signed an executive order that promised to be the equivalent of raining down fire and brimstone on Twitter.  At a minimum, it was supposed to be the equivalent of throwing down small Lego pieces on Twitter’s bedroom floor and turning off the lights.  In other words, it was supposed to be […]

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President Trump Triumphs Again, Somehow

While Trump may have been denied on Twitter, he won the real battle in the Supreme Court. With his first two travel bans being received about as well as the news of his election among late night comedians, President Trump came back with a third version of his travel ban. And unlike the families at […]

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People of Walmart: Lawyer Edition

Most people have seen or at least heard of the “people of Walmart.” Notorious for ridiculous outfits, trashy behavior, and an irresistible compulsion for great deals, these people have become Facebook and Twitter famous and the laughing stock of many. Four New York lawyers decided that social media had a niche, very similar to the […]

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