University Archive

The Purdue Global University Archive (PGUA) expands visibility and access to the scholarly output of our university’s academic community by showcasing its works, activities, and history.

The PGUA is a service provided by the Purdue Global Library. For more information about the PGUA, its mission, policies, and how to contribute your own scholarly work to it, visit the Guide to the University Archive.


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  • Craig, Brian (The Federal Lawyer, 2019-10)
    This article provides a short overview when legal writers should use—and not use—these three different dash marks. The three punctuation dash marks include: the hyphen (-), the en dash (–), and the em dash (—).
  • Brown, Sarah J. (Today's Geriatric Medicine, 2018-07)
    Medication adherence is at problematic levels in the geriatric population, and lack of adherence to warfarin therapy is a significant issue. Failure to adhere to the medication guideline for warfarin results in life-threatening ...
  • Pritikin, Martin (Attorney at Work, 2017-07-10)
    Legal incubators can bridge the gap for new solo practitioners by helping them to reduce overhead, providing training on the mechanics of operating a law practice, and giving access to both mentors and clients. Technology ...
  • Pritikin, Martin (Law360, 2017-08-07)
    Millions of Americans are in need of affordable legal services. Thousands of law school graduates need experience and a way to pay off their loans. Legal incubators can help them both at the same time.
  • Pritikin, Martin (eSchoolMedia & eCampus News, 2018-07-31)
    A recent proposal by the ABA to increase the number of credits that law schools may offer online doesn’t go nearly far enough.

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