Governor Jerry Brown has delivered some good financial news for California’s court system, most especially local trial courts which have been hit the hardest by the cutback of the past.
According to Bruce Bromley, Professor of Law John Manning ’85, the life of a lawyer can indeed be a happy one so long as they follow eight simple rules.
In the arena of the Supreme Court with regard to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), a key ruling was recently made.
As of April 2015 the United States District Court of Southern California (federal court) will allow law students of a certain standing to speak for or appear on behalf of a clients in criminal or civil matters under specified circumstances.
As of April 1, 2015, the state courts of New York have ushered in a series of changes including new commercial division rules, amendments, and proposed amendments.
We all know technology makes a tedious task easier but in some instances, it can now make things less expensive as well.
At SmartRules, we know that attorneys sometimes need to fight the uphill battle against procrastination – and we try to help with by streamlining access to rules with our product.
Can an attorney ever have the privilege of making a defamatory statement? In some cases, and in some states, the answer is yes.
In our most recent blog post, we provided an overview of the latest mobile application tools for attorneys using iPhones. In this post, we will focus on Android applications that may be useful and helpful to attorneys.