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Embracing uncertainty

How to act without knowing the result is a critical life skill we must cultivate. Right from our childhood to our workplace, we have constantly been doing activities that had clear results attached to them. 200 more words


ClassCrits IX: The New Corporatocracy and Election 2016

Surly bloggers Sam Brunson, David Herzig and I (and Leslie Book over at Procedurally Taxing) are attending the ClassCrits IX conference hosted by Loyola University Chicago School of Law today and tomorrow. 272 more words

Ask a Lawyer in the Library and MVLS Foreclosure Clinic Wrap-up

On Wednesday, October 19, 2016, the Law Library hosted another successful Ask A Lawyer in the Library program. Thank you, Crighton Chase from Hillman, Brown and Darrow, for volunteering and providing this service to the public. 382 more words



First, thanks to everyone who has checked out the site.

Second, if you like my brand of bullshit, please like the things you can like and follow the things you can follow. 132 more words


VLSC Volunteer Spotlight: Nikki Clark

Nikki Clark is a volunteer attorney at the Family Law Day of Court (FLDOC) clinics. The FLDOC clinic is a partnership between VLSC, Alameda County Superior Court, and the Court’s Self-Help Center.  526 more words

Hello from BBPT's Day of Service!

Fiona McMahon, DPT

Happy Global PT Day of Service, everyone! October 15th is a day physical therapists take some time to give back to the community. 157 more words

Women's Health

Ask A Lawyer In the Library – Wednesday Wrap-Up with Chris Boucher

Chris Boucher was the “Lawyer in the Library” today. Chris has been volunteering with this program for over nine years – since the first pilot during Law Week of 2009. 262 more words