The Middle Class's Struggle For Legal Representation: An Attempt To Bridge The Gap

Whenever the election cycle is in full force the concept of the middle class is brought back into focus by both sides. How either side plans on correcting the strains on the middle class and getting them going in the right direction becomes…

Some Negotiating Techniques To Consider Before Your First Negotiation

When formal litigation becomes too difficult to navigate through or seemingly is becoming a lose-lose for all parties involved, the prospect of negotiation being the right avenue for resolving the dispute creeps back into the fold. A negotiation…

Obergefell v. Hodges : Marriage Equality For All

Last year the Supreme Court decided to bring marriage equality a step further for America when in a 5-4 decision it ruled that the Constitution guarantees the right to marriage for same-sex couples. In Obergefell v. Hodges the Court decided…

Election Ballot Selfies: 1st U.S. Circuit Court Of Appeals Says It's Okay

A few days ago a federal appeals court overturned a law that banned New Hampshire voters from taking and posting selfies of their marked ballots. In Rideout v. Gardner, the First U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston ruled that the law violated…

The New Role Of Technology In The Practice Of Law

The role of technology in daily life has skyrocketed over the last decade, with Facebook, Twitter, Uber, and so on. However, one aspect of how technology has altered our daily life is its role in the professional arena, specifically in the legal…