Promoting civics education, reshaping ISBA's solo and small firm conference, and helping debt burdened law students and new admittees tops new ISBA President Rick Felice's agenda.
July 2014 • Volume 102 • Number 7 • Pages 305–356
More law firms are taking cases from far-flung places, and they need local counsel to make court appearances on their behalf. Find out more about this growing source of business.
More cases, including a new U.S. Supreme Court ruling, define whether a police investigatory stop based on a citizen tip is valid.
Settling workers' compensation and employment-related claims together can benefit both employers and workers, but it takes careful planning to make it work.
The seventh circuit recently held that a homeowner debtor can extend the deadline to redeem property sold at a tax sale by declaring Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Find out what it means.
Unionized college football; sartorial choice for women lawyers.
The plans and priorities of ISBA's new president.
Storing your client's will? Understand the ethical obligations.
They can if you have the time.
Interview the client before the attorney-review window closes.