Monthly Archives: July 2015

If It Can Happen To Bill Cosby . . . It Can Happen To You

Last week, The New York Times obtained a copy of Bill Cosby’s deposition from a 2005 sexual assault and defamation case that was reportedly subject to a confidentiality agreement.  According to a July 22, 2015 abajournal.com article titled Cosby lawyers … Continue reading

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How Do Law Firms Hire Attorneys . . . And Why Should You Care?

So, how do law firms hire attorneys?  Well, according to University of Colorado Law School Dean Philip Weiser, law firms seek to hire attorneys based on pedigree: those who went to the best law schools and got the highest grades.  In … Continue reading

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Judge Sends Kids Away . . . For Refusing To Lunch With Dad

Last month, Michigan Judge Lisa Gorcyca found three children (15, 10 and 9) in contempt of court for refusing to have lunch with their father and sent them to live at Children’s Village until they reconsidered.  The full transcript of the … Continue reading

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Observing Jury Verdict Grief

Our favorite blogging judge, Judge Richard G. Kopf of the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska, has written yet another blog post that caught our attention titled, A grief observed, posted on July 1, 2015 on Herculesandtheumpire.com.  Referencing C.S. Lewis’ book A Grief Observed, … Continue reading

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