This year marks the 50th anniversary of Gideon v. Wainright, the landmark case which established the indigent's right to counsel in criminal cases. Though many have spoken of the need for a "civil Gi
...suits for damages," Chatigny wrote. Former Chief Disciplinary Counsel Mark Dubois, who in 2004 helped create the Judicial Branch office that investigates...
I have to admit that I like learning. For me, learning means both teaching and being taught
I just read a fascinating book by Richard Susskind called Tomorrow's Lawyers. It is so good that I bought copies for everyone in the Connecticut Bar Association leadership
Two unhappy Arizona clients have just been given a green light to sue Bridgeport-based Pullman & Comley for alleged legal malpractice, civil racketeering, fraud, conspiracy and negligent misrepresent
A friend who works in-house at a large property/casualty carrier called me about an interesting question?his employers wanted him to take a position in a matter which he thought might be adverse to h
Maybe what we need to do is institute the liturgy of the hours in our courthouses. If we stopped every few hours and took a brief moment to think about things greater than our present troubles, we mi
I freely admit that I, along with many other lawyers, went into law because I was a math-phobe. But the students of quantitative analysis have turned their sights to our profession and found that the
The most recent numbers we have reveals that there are approximately 1.2 million lawyers in the United States. That is one lawyer for every 200 adults. At the same time, there have been great increas
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