The new faces of the NBA

There are a lot of new faces in the All Stars and the most interesting part is that they are all from the 2005 NBA Draft. These new faces are players you would notice and they have a bright future. They can […]

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Do current law students need: a remedial study and a different external preparation for the bar?

The short answers are: it depends; and probably. Why? Because the students, the circumstances and the results of the bars have changed in the last decade. Traditionally, due to the general difficulty of state bar exams, most law school graduates had opted […]

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The 5 best technological universities

Many students have asked us which universities are the best schools for engineering and computer science. Using a weighted average of faculty resources, technology grants, class size, and student grades, we have developed the following checklist to help guide students and parents […]

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New book offers information on personal injury lawsuits and preparation

In Approaching the Bench: Tales of a Personal Injury Lawyer, attorney Jan Weinberg shares some of his most fascinating cases from a career that has spanned decades. Beginning with stories from his time at Harvard Law School, years marked by anxiety and […]

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New collection of sermons published by one of America’s greatest preachers

The Selected Sermons of Dr. Roger Bourland is a compilation of the works of one of America’s best and best-known preachers. In 1976, Dr. Bourland received the Outstanding Preacher Award from the United Methodist Church and was also a speaker on The […]

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Cable TV and satellite TV: which is the best system?

Cable TV and satellite TV: which is the best system? There is a battle between cable television and satellite television. Today, consumers can choose between conventional cable television, digital cable television, and all-digital satellite television. Do you want to know which television […]

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Get out of jury duty: find the perfect excuse

We all hate getting that notice in the mail that we have to act as a jury. There are things you can do to avoid having to serve on a jury. The most important thing to do is call every day to […]

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Networks and equity

There has definitely been a social push and a call for justice and equity in our societies, communities and businesses. In light of the pandemic, social / racial injustices, health, and socioeconomic disparities, many people are making enabling change a priority. Businesses, […]

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OK Boomer – OK Millennial – Can’t we just get along?

Have you heard or seen the two words that seem to be everywhere these days: “OK Boomer?” This catchphrase has quickly gained traction this fall on the internet with memes, jokes, and “OK Boomer” logo products. In fact, several trademark applications have […]

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Potential Cost Savings Associated With Legal Outsourcing

“How much can I save?” “What is the cost of legal work done abroad?” “Please give me a quote for 100 hours a month for legal work done in India.” “What is your hourly rate?” “How much do you charge for ______?” […]

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