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Not enough coffee in the universe

Life is so freaking busy. Adjusting to Leo going to the clinic 3 days a week and at home ABA 5 days a week. Tuesdays are going to be tight, he’s at the clinic from 9-12 then we have to teleport home and start therapy at 12:30. 215 more words

As fewer law grads become lawyers, the profession shows its age

By: Debra Cassens Weiss

The legal profession is aging as the percentage of younger lawyers continues to shrink in a decades-long trend.

In 1980, 36 percent of the nation’s licensed lawyers were under age 35, compared to just 13 percent in this age group in 2005. 454 more words


Token Totes!


We had a GREAT day with our one and only fabulous Andi Rojas presenting to Parent 2 Parent of Miami on how to build their very own Token Totes. 193 more words

How not to be a lawyer

Bob Collins Oct 2, 2014

“I assumed the more education, the higher salary,” Lisa S. — we don’t know her real name — tells Forbes.com. “I was aware that with a master’s degree, in certain jobs you can get a higher pay grade, and that you’d be eligible for more jobs, even with just teaching.” 451 more words

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Enabling Disparate Impact Seekers

The cause of racial unity is not well-served by abusive application of the “disparate impact” doctrine. A dispute has reached the U.S. Supreme Court over tax credits for Section 8 (low income) housing in the Dallas area, which are dispensed by the Texas Department of Housing. 320 more words

Today Marks The Day The Doctor Came To Town

By Ray Boyd

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — October 20th, 1976 is a day that forever changed the fortunes of the Philadelphia 76ers. That was the day the Doctor moved his practice to South Philadelphia. 310 more words


Student Loans, Moral Hazard and a Law School Mess—Conclusion

By Steven J. Harper
October 3, 2014

My most recent post in this three-part series discussed manifestations of law school moral hazard at Thomas Jefferson School of Law and Quinnipiac Law School. 767 more words

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