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Public Interest Law
Focusing on local, state, and national topics in areas of public concern, including education, public policy, and constitutional matters.
A letter sent to parents and guardians in the Hazelwood School District has raised concerns about new changes to Missouri’s assault laws. ...[Continue Reading]
The Drug Enforcement Administration recently announced its intent to classify kratom as a Schedule I drug, despite the fact that very few people actually know what kratom is. ...[Continue Reading]
Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling during the national anthem has brought a lot of attention to his cause, but there could be a more efficient way to get faster results. ...[Continue Reading]
With more for-profit colleges coming up short, veterans must figure out where to use their GI Bill funds to get an education, many while also supporting families. ...[Continue Reading]
One Michigan school is in for a fight after barring a disabled student’s service dog from entering school premises. ...[Continue Reading]
The legal profession has been around for centuries, but to this day there is still a problem with diversity. ...[Continue Reading]
Questions have arisen after an African-American woman was denied employment due to her dreadlocked hairstyle. ...[Continue Reading]
Parents struggle to afford adequate care for their children while they work to pay the bills. ...[Continue Reading]
Arkansas, along with fifteen other states, have made moves to stop Medicaid funds from going to Planned Parenthood. ...[Continue Reading]
Does federal law limit free speech by deciding which trademark names are too offensive to receive a patent? ...[Continue Reading]
21 kids sue the Obama Administration, stating it has failed to make progress on climate change for future generations. ...[Continue Reading]
While Samsung says their phones are now safe, the multi-million-dollar company may have to work harder to regain consumer trust. ...[Continue Reading]