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When confronted with a potential cyberbullying case, the key question a lawyer must ask is whether the behavior fits into a recognized cause of action.
The primary goal of the ACA is to ensure most U.S. citizens and legal residents have health insurance.
Standard Fire demonstrates the Court's resistance to any subversion of the interests of absent class members.
The elevator pitch is meant to be a succinct expression of what you do in a way that demonstrates the benefit to the recipient.
When starting a new job, new lawyers often neglect to consider a critical part of the job process: the professional review.
Volunteering allows you to be a part of a larger, orchestrated event at which you will meet several people.
Do not miss out on the huge career benefits gained from meeting people in your legal community.
Prepare thoroughly for your first appellate argument to make it argument as low-stress as possible.
Before you commit to joining a board, find out what is at stake regarding your time, finances, and personal liability.
The Obama administration has made a well-publicized effort to crack down on worker misclassification.
The Young Lawyer is transitioning in Fall 2013 to TYL, a four-color magazine dedicated to mentoring new lawyers.
Because production companies are often formed for a specific project, business formations can be frequent.
Thoughtful consideration of your personal values, professional fears, and scheduling preferences will help you discover the best way to use your vacation time.