Georgia's New Voting Rules Guarantee Legal Challenges...

Last week, Georgia passed SB202, a bill that would dramatically limit and curtail the ability of Georgia residents to vote. Georgia Republicans - who control the legislative and executive branches of the state - argue ...

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Law on Call? Why This May be the Next Evolution of Legal Aide...

One of the most common complaints amongst the public is that it can be quite difficult to obtain the services of both a good and affordable attorney. This has led to debates on how the justice system unfairly ...

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How Georgia Hate Crime Laws are Being Put to the Test...

Over the past couple of months, Asian Americans across the United States have seen an increase in violence towards them. These disturbing crimes have been theorized to stem from the anti-Asian rhetoric driven by forme...

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What are the Common Mistakes Most Personal Injury Clients Make?...

When it comes to injury settlements, every case is different. If you’ve been involved in an accident, you’re probably wondering what to expect in a personal injury case. Most of these cases are...

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Does the United States Need a Domestic Terrorism Law?...

The attacks on the U.S Capital on January 6t brought back talks of possibly writing and implementing a domestic terrorism law into the books. This would allow federal law enforcement to seek and bring to justice those...

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Does "Gorilla Glue Girl" Have a Case in Court? Legal Experts Weigh In...

Thanks to the internet, people quickly hear about all sorts of personal disasters. Every now and then, a person's struggle is just so bizarre that it ends up going viral. Gorilla Glue Girl is one such c...

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Attorney Generals of 23 States Challenge Federal Student Loan Debt...

Returning to class action lawsuits against the United States Department of Education, Betsy DeVos, student loan processors, and colleges and universities, a multistate coalition of Attorney Generals calls ...

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Student Sues UT-Austin, Citing Inferiority of Online Education...

A student at the University of Texas at Austin has joined a growing list of others filing class-action lawsuits against colleges and universities around the country in the wake of the pandemic. On February 26...

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Justice Amy Coney Barrett Finds No Merit In Sierra Club’s Claims...

Justice Amy Coney Barrett issued her first majority opinion since her elevation to the Supreme Court in October. Writing for a 7-2 majority, Justice Barrett held that the Sierra Club could not access...

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Future Criminal Cases May Be Heavily Affected by This Change to Riot Law...

One of the biggest questions in law is what constitutes a crime. Does a person break the law the second they start planning a violent act or do they only break the law when they actually commit the a...

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