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 07 Dec, 2016

Being an Attorney and Becoming a Mom.

Mom of 4.  FOUR!  I swear I know how it happened.  Andrew and I got through three years of law school and one year of finding a job without a pregnancy scare.  Then we decided to have a kid.  I became pregnant within a year.  I then lost my job, was hired by a solo […]

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Erin Downs

by Erin Downs Culture, Legal Practice

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 18 Nov, 2016

The Legal Rollercoaster of Unpaid Internship Lawsuits

Imagine a landlord calling an up-and-coming twenty-something living in New York, California, or DC.  “Hey, I haven’t seen your rent check yet.” “Oh, don’t worry,” she answers. “I’m paying that by giving you experience!” “What?” “And exposure! Just help me out with my work for the day, and you’ll make some killer connections.” “But the […]

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Ryan Anderson

by Ryan Anderson Legal News

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 11 Nov, 2016

Signing Away the Seventh Amendment: Latest Developments in Mandatory Arbitration Cases

On November 7, a federal judge dealt a blow to the government’s latest attempts to rein in mandatory arbitration abuses in nursing homes. At the same time, the Wells Fargo fiasco is breathing new life into a will for change. Here’s the latest lay of the land: A terrible pest makes its nest in the […]

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Nathan Morris

by Nathan Morris Legal News

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 13 Oct, 2016

What To Do When the Auto-Accidents Run Out

Self-driving cars may take over roads in 10-15 years. I myself will be giddy to get my hands on one. But when the robots whisk us off to the future, will they also be whisking away lucrative careers for thousands of personal injury attorneys? Not if we start preparing our shift away from car-crash cases […]

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Ryan Anderson

by Ryan Anderson Legal Practice, Technology

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 22 Sep, 2016

How to do Mock Trials and Why.

In 1822, Alexis St. Martin was accidentally shot clean through the belly during his work as a fur trapper. Luckily, doctor William Beaumont was on hand, and saved St. Martin’s life with clever surgery (devoid of antiseptic or anesthesia). But curiously, St. Martin’s wound never healed over, remaining a permanent peek-a-boo ‘window’ in the man’s […]

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Ryan Anderson

by Ryan Anderson Legal Practice

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