CHICAGO, April 17, 2012—Former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo and legal commentator Jonathan Turley will be among the speakers at an American Bar Association conference April 19-20 in New York that will cover topics including digital news coverage of the legal profession, legal outsourcing and the effect of lawyer aging on legal malpractice. Read The Rest Of The Article
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