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Book Review: ‘Extraordinary Rendition’ by Paul Batista


A terrorist trial raises questions about the conflict between patriotism and the legal rights of the individual. Read More »

The Practice of Law

Practicalities are downplayed in law school. Read More »

Interview: Chris Shella, Author of Grinding it Out

Meet a man who has experience with serial killers, writing, capital murder and so much more! Read More »

How One Law Firm Transitioned to a Paperless System

A legal intern on his way to become lawyer describes converting a law firm to go paperless. Read More »

Book Review: Thorns on Roses by Randy Rawls

Makes the reader contemplate the American justice system and to question who it really protects - the victim or the criminal. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Puncture (2011)

Decent true life tale with a solid lead acting performance. Read More »

Movie Review: Win Win

The characters are real, like the ones on an ordinary suburban street. Are people more important than profits? Read More »

Justice with Judge Jeanine 11-5-11

A sheriff caused controversy when he told the women in his county to buy a gun. Read More »

Judge Jeanine Pirro: A Pioneer of Justice

Judge Jeanine can be scary tough & beautifully compassionate. A truly awesome combination! Read More »