Supporters of drug, mental-health, and other specialty courts say they reduce recidivism and help offenders get control of their lives.
April 2008 • Volume 96 • Number 4 • Pages 165–220
Experience with mock juries challenges conventional wisdom about how jurors react to expert testimony and attorney performance.
Title VII is not a code of behavior, according to the seventh circuit. But the court has also expanded remedies for victims of "hellish" sexual harassment.
Under the common-interest doctrine, an attorney's advice to an insurance-company client might not be privileged in a later dispute with the insured.
A new law makes it easier to challenge classifying construction workers as independent contractors, not employees.
The Kotecki gap; the perils of forms; the conscience of a lawyer.
Incivility tarnishes our image and makes practice less rewarding.
Real estate lawyers worry about proposed changes in the rules governing "law-related service."
A list of resources worth keeping at your fingertips.
Is a co-signer entitled to a foreclosure notice?
Don't risk losing valuable coverage by being less than forthcoming with your insurer.