I am a young attorney who wishes to become a trial lawyer. What would you suggest I do to gain the trial skills
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The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners on Oct. 18 announced the results of the bar examination given July 30 and 31. Of the 2,117 applicants who took the examination, 1,637 passed; the overall pass
In Marino, Robinson & Associates v. Robinson, Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Judge R. Stanton Wettick Jr. entered summary judgment dismissing the case against a defendant who allegedly violat
In the vast majority of cases, adopted children do not have any significant impairments and are well adjusted. However, for some unfortunate adopted children and families, the placements become disas
Claimants suing under Pennsylvania's Mechanics' Lien Law do not need to show their work resulted in an "erected structure," as long as it was part of a plan to build one, the state Superior Court has
The attorney representing a man who pled guilty to third-degree murder in 2011 was not ineffective for advising him to do so, despite the fact that the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated mandatory minimu
In July 1993, when I joined The Legal Intelligencer, the economy was still recovering from a recession, health care and gay rights were divisive issues and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was embroile
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