Archive for August, 2011
By DALE RICHARDSON, ESQ – I’ve heard law students complain about spending tens of thousands of dollars on law school and not being able to find a job (some are even trying to sue their law school). Guess who is most to blame in that situation? That’s right…you.
I’m not writing this just to give you a hard time if you are one of those complaining law students. I’m hoping that I can give you a few tools to help you and keep others from being in your situation
By MAKHSUDUL ISLAM – Some argue that current English law is severely defective to the extent that it undermines the autonomy of the younger child and adolescent. The House of Lords decision in Gillick v West Norfolk and Wisbech AHA was heralded by many as the recognition of child autonomy. However, if one scratches below the surface it is clear that subsequent decisions have left many flaws in this area
By MITCH BILLINGS – It should come as no surprise that people get upset when you take from the poor to ensure that the rich are not asked to give anymore. It happened in the UK, and it is happening here in America as well. Somehow, we have forgotten about the poor. We expect them to rise from poverty without any help, and this is just not practical. So, the peaceful protests in Tottenham turned into riots about unemployment and general mistreatment by the police