Sites like Avvo that rate lawyers and encourage consumer reviews are evoking reaction positive and negative in the legal community – and posing interesting ethical challenges.
March 2014 • Volume 102 • Number 3 • Pages 105–152
The Medical Cannabis Act makes important changes to DUI law, some of which are likely to inspire litigation.
Legal employers increasingly recognize that diversity in their workplace is important to success. Yet many overlook disability diversity. Here's why that's a mistake.
A party facing an injunction gains leverage by persuading the court to impose a high bond. The plaintiff, on the other hand, wants a low bond or none at all. Here's how to argue both sides.
Illinois law presumes lenders are entitled to possession of commercial property during foreclosure, and defendant-mortgagors aren't likely to overcome that presumption.
Lawyers must get comfortable with practice-related technology or risk losing business and running afoul of ethics rules.
There might be a broken link here or there, but the Law Library of Congress is still a great portal to free legal resources.
ISBA lawyers offer advice about what to do when parents can't or won't pay your fees for serving as guardian ad litem of a child.