When the Skadden Foundation named its 2014 class of Skadden fellows in early December, no one was more surprised to earn a spot in the prestigious public interest law program than Sarah Hess. She is
Every once in awhile, the Skadden Fellowship Foundation selects someone from an unranked law school, as it did this year with Sarah Hess. She is the first student from the John Marshall Law School in
...quot;Public Benefits Training: Health Care Part I: Access to Health Care-Medicaid, DC Healthcare Alliance, Medicare." The course begins at noon. Speakers: none...
...struggle over one particularly tricky aspect of the ACA — to expand Medicaid, or not. In the balance for Ohio is health care coverage for...
...The plaintiffs argue that Maine was never under any obligation to use Medicaid to give low-income residents health care. But once it did so...
Randall Miller is a law student with time on his hands. Since mid-September, the 3L at Washington and Lee University School of Law had been spending fours day per week in an externship with the U.S.
During the 1990s and early 2000s, John Roberts was widely viewed as one of the best Supreme Court advocates of his time. His skills as a litigator still serve him on the high court
...in the Seattle office and will focus on Medicare and Medicaid matters, and taxation counseling. Previously, DewBerry was a partner at Garvey Schubert...
Karen Kepler joins Murtha Cullina's business and fin?ance department as partner in the Boston office. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
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