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There are two primary outcomes in a desperate struggle with addiction. The first is to keep going until you die. The second is to get caught.
The FISC may very well be a national treasure. It may very well have done an exemplary job. But this contention, like the contention that the FISC is nothing more than a rubber stamp, is beside the point. Litigating in the FISC is like arguing with a brick wall.
“If Fort Leavenworth does not [provide hormone therapy for Chelsea Manning],” Coombs said, “I’m going to do everything in my power to make sure that they are forced to do so.”
Do you have what it takes to thrive in appellate law? Veteran brief-writer Brian Keller gives us the nuts and bolts, from writing to oral argument, expanding on last week's Q&A covering the specialized world of appellate practice.
Meet Brian Keller, the lawyerly equivalent to a mathematician scribbling proofs with chalk on a blackboard. Keller gives us a comprehensive look into the world of appellate law and practice. Serious writers need only apply.
This Q&A with Salt Lake City lawyer Eric Johnson reads like a mini-masterclass in how to comport yourself as a divorce and family lawyer. Get on it.
Lawyerist's own Andy Mergendahl offers up his perspective on negotiating contracts, writing, what's trending poorly in craft brewing, and the wisdom in suffering fools gladly.
Scott Greenfield, criminal defense lawyer, Simple Justice blogger, and curmudgeon extraordinaire, takes baby lawyers to school in this enlightening interview about law practice, tummy rubs (or lack thereof), and his classic 1964 Austin Healey 3000, Mk III, Series 2.
Meet the most interesting man in CLE. Stuart Teicher teaches ethics and critical lawyering skills like negotiation. But you won't fall asleep while listening. Promise.