Second-year law student Elizabeth Simper’s undergraduate study on two topics — space policy and international atrocities — stoked a boundless curiosity that led her to study at the University of Virginia School of Law. Growing up in Scottsdale, Arizona, Simper earned bachelor’s degrees in global studies and global health from […]

HOUSTON — When the Supreme Court decided this week that Texas could carry out and enforce the nation’s most restrictive anti-abortion law, even some staunch abortion opponents were surprised. The ruling suddenly forced them, as well as abortion providers, to confront a legal situation that has little precedent but an […]

The ABA recently released a report on July legal trends. It covers 11 vital subject areas, including metrics on the job market, diversity, the impact of the pandemic and overall trends legal professionals should be out the lookout for. The report is very detailed, so we’re providing a brief summary of key […]

“What’s past is prologue.”—Shakespeare, “The Tempest” “History is more or less bunk.”—Henry Ford Like the disputants in the old Certs commercial, they’re both right. The law of intellectual property relating to artificial intelligence and its products is both already established in the existing law, and will have to be invented […]

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – Companies are starting to require proof of vaccination against the coronavirus to stay on the job. Is that legal? Some say no. People are protesting against vaccination requirements for workers at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. In other states, like Texas, lawsuits have been filed against companies […]