- Back to the drawing board
- Rules of evidence v. Constitutional protections: a battle of authorities
- Jewish community under attack as white nationalist movement gains popularity.
- Understanding Kolbe v. Hogan and what it means for gun owners in the United States of America.
- The Uniform Bar Exam, next stop: North Carolina
Covering some of the most interesting topics of the CLO, this section highlights diverse areas of law, including sports and entertainment.
What impacts with President Obama’s recent executive actions have on the current loopholes for purchasing a firearm in both federal and state law? ...[Continue Reading]
Netflix’s “unlimited paid parental leave” policy for the first year after an employee’s child is born or adopted has caused a great stir in the realm of employee benefits policy discussions, but why haven’t other companies followed in its footsteps? ...[Continue Reading]
Questions surround the implementation of a new “critical mass” system at the University of California at Berkley’s Law School that left some first-year sections without any black students. ...[Continue Reading]
With the rise in on-campus shootings across the United States, many colleges are changing their laws to allow students and faculty to carry guns on campus. ...[Continue Reading]
Welch Foods is under fire for allegedly inferring that its fruit snacks are healthy, without actually stating that the snacks are healthy. ...[Continue Reading]
Can minors be charged and convicted for possession and distribution of child pornography for having naked selfies of themselves on their phones? In North Carolina, the answer is yes. ...[Continue Reading]
The Ninth Circuit ruled that the rule of amateurism is important to student athletes’ roles at their prospective schools, and as such, they may be given scholarships up to the full cost of attending the school, but may not be compensated or paid for their playing on collegiate sports team. ...[Continue Reading]
A major dating site was hacked, and it is costing the site and its users more than just money. ...[Continue Reading]
Seventeen-year-old Michelle Carter has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of her boyfriend, Conrad Roy III, who committed suicide in 2014. ...[Continue Reading]
Indiana State Police and FBI investigations reveal Former subway representative, Jared Fogle, actively participated in possessing and distributing child pornography along with traveling to different states and countries to engage in sexual acts with minors. ...[Continue Reading]
A federal appeals court allows a lawsuit against an Alabama school board to continue in regards to a 14-year-old female student who was used by a school employee in a plot to catch another student deemed to be an alleged sexual predator. ...[Continue Reading]
A recent lawsuit filed by a North Carolina police officer burned by hot coffee echoes the famous story of Liebeck v. McDonald's Restaurants. ...[Continue Reading]
High achieving students who meet certain other requirements will soon have the option to apply to law school without taking the Law School Admission Test. ...[Continue Reading]