Last week, a Massachusetts judge found Michelle Carter guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of her 18-year-old boyfriend, Conrad Roy III, who killed himself by inhaling carbon monoxide. Carter had strongly urged
Thomson Reuters recently released their State of U.S. Small Law Firms Study Report. The study polled more than 300 solos and small firms (under 30 employees) and asked firm leaders
We’ve seen it repeatedly throughout our history: When people’s rights are threatened, it’s the lawyers who step up to the plate. Some are true Freedom Fighters, and they deserve special recognition. That’s
While women make up 49.3% of first year law students and 48.7% of summer associates nationwide, they only comprise 36% of the legal profession overall. Why the discrepancy? Female lawyers often leave the legal profession during their childbearing years.
Imagine finding out that your child had a disorder that would interfere with walking, talking, and running. Imagine he or she would likely be in a wheelchair by his
On Friday, hundreds of thousands of computers across the globe were taken hostage by a type of attack known as “ransomware.” In this latest attack, cybercriminals threatened to destroy
I admit: For a long time, when it came to social justice issues, I was nothing more than a couch potato. Any time I came across something that fired me up,