Are we experiencing, or about to experience, a revolution in the world of legal services? Slow your roll….
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* A Texas police chief is under investigation for allegedly calling a woman a “black bitch” after an altercation in a Walmart parking lot. The police chief was giving his 14-year-old daughter driving lessons at the time, and I'm comfortable drawing a straight line from the police/father's behavior to 53% of white women voting for Donald Trump.
* I think this link has something to do with art. Potentially, there's a lawsuit about somebody who copies art? I really don't know. Somebody at Above the Law sent me a link about art, told me to put it here, but didn't summarize the relevant art facts to me, and… well, I'm just not going to muster the focus to read a whole story about art.
* Joel Cohen, Judge Jed S. Rakoff, and Judge Richard Posner debate “alternative facts,” because this is now an issue in our crumbling society.
* Long Island family awarded over $8 million because cops Tased disabled man four times.
* Preet Bharara says recently elected Montana Congressperson, Greg 'The Body-Slammer' Gianforte, would “face deportation” if he was an immigrant.
* Most respectable publications are reporting on Trump's embarrassing performance in Europe. Do you think that has filtered all the way down to the white supremacist media that is in charge of the country?
From low passage rates to the UBE… everything you need to know about the state of the bar exam.
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The aviation attorney reviews airline regulations, including those pertaining to deboarding passengers.
If you’re bored, depressed, or feel like a fraud, you may want to consider leaving the law.
Children are going hungry because schools refuse to serve them lunches… and then publicly shame them.
It's time to clear up some misconceptions about the state of the market for attorney jobs.
Four current Supreme Court justices probably disagree with him.
This certainly doesn't bode well for the school…