Month: June 2022

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The End of the LSAT?

In a memorandum dated April 25, 2022, the American Bar Association (ABA) announced that they would no longer require an admissions test, although law schools are free to require their test of choice.  This subject has been rumbling since 2018 with the elimination of Standard 503 and its requirement of an admission test, i.e., the…Read More

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Join the Conversation about Roe v Wade

On Friday, June 24th, the US Supreme Court made a decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pa. v. Casey, the landmark cases that provided, among many other things, the right to abortion and health privacy. Because we link those in need of legal help to the appropriate representation, we are…Read More

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When a Lawyer Should Hire a Lawyer

In the course of their work, many attorneys face difficult decisions under deadline pressure. This stress and the normal challenges of life can lead to problems even for experienced lawyers. When a client makes a complaint or a colleague raises concern about an attorney’s work, they might find themselves facing a disciplinary proceeding. When this…Read More