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Law in the days of too much media

Levison, Mark

After 37 years, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was forced out of power. Mugabe, a dictator with a law degree from the University of London, had a lot more money when he quit the presidency than when he started. The intersection ...

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Levison, Mark

Because the law, life and life in the law are so interesting, there’s always something to write about. I started writing columns in law school when Jimmy Carter was president, and shortly after I became an attorney, a media-savvy candidate ...

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