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Here's what to do when you get that 3:00 a.m. call from jail, from a family member or friend.
Anecdotes and tips that help illuminate the office-holiday-party predicament.
Whether you're the owner of a nightclub or are simply throwing a party at home for friends during the holiday season, serving alcohol comes with a host of responsibilities.
Like the decision to start a family, the decision not to start a family—at least not yet—is an equally serious one.
Decide what works and doesn’t work financially for your family before making any decisions.
Are you feeling run down, depressed, or forgetful? Do you have high blood pressure? Lack of sleep could be to blame.
Don’t tell yourself that you are too busy right now to invest in burnout prevention. You’ll always be busy.
When a natural disaster strikes, survivors look to us to help them navigate the flood of applications, processes, paperwork, and resources that take over their lives for days, months, or years.
Thousands of unaccompanied children arrive in the United States, fleeing gang violence, poverty, and abuse.
A lawyer who actively supports the organized bar and seeks to strengthen the profession itself almost always winds up being a better lawyer.
ROLI places experts in the field to help put international norms into operation.
Are you obligated to defend the US Constitution when no one is paying you to do so?
When the history of the gay rights movement is written, the cultural change in the legal profession will be cited as a major factor that allowed the movement to succeed.
To see a greater impact nationwide, attorneys must be actively involved.
Lawyers can expose and help challenge the harms that flow from federal immigration policy.
The US immigration system is attractive to scammers because it is largely inaccessible without legal representation.
Attorney Sarah Gillman found herself doing her everyday work in a way that she never has before.
Until the TVPRA is reauthorized, critical anti-trafficking funding, programs, education, and appropriations are in jeopardy.
A mentor can teach you what law schools don't.
5 attorneys describe major mishaps that they turned into learning opportunities.
By prioritizing your relationships and your own emotional well-being, you will be better able to “have it all.”
Striving to put clients before profit and to be mindful in legal practice will cement your reputation as a trustworthy attorney.