Law School and LSAT Trends and Tips

Law School and LSAT Trends and Tips

According to a recent study, more than half of all law school admissions officers reported that they had decreased the size of their student capacity for the 2013-2014 school year. In addition to this startling fact, another 25 percent intend to cut their admissions again in the 2014-2015 school year. One reason […]

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What Can Women Do to Protect Themselves During a Divorce?

What Can Women Do to Protect Themselves During a Divorce?

According to the CDC, the US marriage rate is 6.8 per 1,000. What may be alarming is that the divorce rate is 3.6 per 1,000. Since that’s more than 50% of the marriage rate, it may seem like the odds are stacked against you. And even though it’s not something […]

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What to Avoid when Studying for the LSAT

What to Avoid when Studying for the LSAT

If you are just beginning to start on your LSAT prep, here are a couple of rookie mistakes to steer clear of. 1. Opting for a LSAT prep course without doing adequate research There are many LSAT prep courses that are taught by instructors that haven't even managed to score […]

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Why and When You Need A Disability Attorney

Why and When You Need A Disability Attorney

If you are living with a disability, you have enough to cope with, without having to battle with bureaucracy at the same time. Yet the fact is that, without a disability attorney, the vast majority of SSD (Social Security Disability) claims are denied at the earlier, simpler, stages. This can […]

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Tips on How to Avoid Hiring a Bad Attorney

Tips on How to Avoid Hiring a Bad Attorney

Searching for an attorney can be overwhelming. There are so many that claim to to be the best fit for your type of case, but it’s hard to make a choice because your fate in court essentially lies in their hands. Barry Bobbitt, a criminal attorney located in Dallas suggests: “Interview […]

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Crucial Mistakes That Will Doom Your Social Security Disability Claim

Crucial Mistakes That Will Doom Your Social Security Disability Claim

Let’s face it. Applying for a social security disability claim is both long and intimidating. Only a small portion of social security disability claims are actually approved at the very start of the application process and even under these favorable circumstances, there are still plenty of red tape to deal […]

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Playing Favourites-Personal Injury Law on Employers’ Side

Playing Favourites-Personal Injury Law on Employers’ Side

The government is hoping to do-away with tight health and safety laws, in a bid to crush ‘compensation culture.' Their proposed bill will reduce the amount of successful claims against businesses, but will largely remove rigid liability and employer responsibility for the safety of workers. Union groups are fighting this […]

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Priceless Art, Duct Tape and a Robbery at the Gardner Museum

Priceless Art, Duct Tape and a Robbery at the Gardner Museum

Big scale robberies are often glamorized by Hollywood and television shows. The bandits wearing black jumpsuits always seem to outsmart the security guards and cops, making away with millions in cash. That, however, is not always the case. More times than not the cops win and the robbers go to […]

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The Most Frequent Crimes in the Winter Season

The Most Frequent Crimes in the Winter Season

The fact that some crimes occur more frequently during certain times of the year may seem counter intuitive to some people. After all, what does the weather have to do with crime? The reality is, however, that there are crimes that are specific to the seasons. For example, thefts of […]

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The Highest Bail Bonds in U.S. History

The Highest Bail Bonds in U.S. History

When a person is arrested and charged with a crime, a judge will set a bail amount that must be paid to free the defendant from jail until his or her scheduled court date. According to John Zavala, CEO of Around the Clock Bail Bonds, “…the eighth amendment in the […]

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Things You Should Know about Medical Malpractice

Things You Should Know about Medical Malpractice

The Journal of the American Medical Associations lists medical malpractice as third in the leading causes of death in the United States. Medical malpractice comes in right behind cancer and heart disease, and over $3 billion was paid out in 2012 alone for medical malpractice settlements. This is an average of one payout every […]

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Steps to Hire a Food Poisoning Attorney

Steps to Hire a Food Poisoning Attorney

Food poisoning is an extremely unpleasant experience, especially for individuals with weak immune systems, young children and the elderly. Over 48 million Americans contract food poisoning each year. Over 3,000 of them die from the illness. Viruses, bacteria and parasites found in food cause the majority of food poisoning cases. […]

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