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The Institute for Legal Reform shines a light on what is wrong in the legal system. We conduct cutting-edge research and advance pragmatic solutions. We then tirelessly advocate for those solutions with Congress, state legislatures, federal regulators, international policymakers and the courts to effect meaningful change.

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Podcast: Upcoming U.S. Supreme Court Term Preview

On this episode of ILR’s Cause for Action podcast, we share a preview of the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court term. Jenn Dickey, associate chief counsel at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Litigation Center…

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