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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.
President Trump’s executive order on immigration has sparked outrage from some, and praise from others. ...[Continue Reading]
As one of the largest moneymakers in NC, the hog farming industry is facing a great amount of new litigation, which could affect its future. ...[Continue Reading]
As a new President takes office, the Republican Congress is taking steps to dismantle Obamacare, which would leave millions without health insurance. ...[Continue Reading]
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]