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McGrogan v. Till, 167 N.J. 414, 771 A.2d 1187 (2001) NJ: Underlying criminal investigation Student Contributor: Jennifer Hanley Facts: The client hired the lawyer to represent him in connection with a criminal investigation. The client subsequently files a legal malpractice claim against the...
Become a Member of the Federal Bar Association!Click here for an application. The membership fee is only $30.Why should you be a member of the FBA?The Federal Bar Association (FBA), founded in 1920, is dedicated to the advancement of the science of jurisprudence and to promoting the welfare,...
Bresnahan v Schenker; 498 F. Supp 2d 758 (E.D PA, 2007) PA: Procedure for filing a legal malpractice claim. Student Contributor: Matthew Solomon Facts: Client was represented by Attorney in a criminal matter and was convicted of multiple counts of theft by failure to make required dispositions of...
The American Association of Law Libraries is currently conducting a survey of legal practitioners to identify the current and future research skills that law school graduates need to succeed in legal practice. This information will help law schools determine how to develop their curriculum to meet...
A New Orleans businessman being investigated by the local U.S. Attorney noticed that comments on the local newspaper's website seemed to show an insider's knowledge of the case. He hired a forensic linguist to analyze the comments, which were found to match the writing style of court filings from...
The law students at Queen’s University recently celebrated their annual talent show “Lawlapalooza”, and kicked things off with this parody of Drake’s “Headlines”. To all those law students preparing for final exams (and everyone who remembers what that’s...
Ms. JD is proud to announce its 2012 Summer Public Interest Scholarships.Winners will receive a $250 prize to support their continued commitment to public interest work. Women law students entering their second or third year at an accredited U.S. law school and working the summer of 2012 at least...
The Nassau County Bar Association (NCBA) is providing the WE CARE Diversity Law School Scholarship to a deserving Touro Law student scheduled to graduate in May 2012 or May 2013. The amount of the scholarship is $2,500.Please submit a one page essay explaining how you plan to promote...
The Queens County Bar Association will be awarding a $1,000 scholarship to a deserving law student in the spring. Click on the pictures below for a copy of the QCBA application which consists of four (4) pages. Please complete the entire application. All information submitted will be...
The Judge John R. Brown Scholarship Foundation is sponsoring the Nineteenth Annual Brown Award for Excellence in Legal Writing. This year the stipend for the winner is $10,000. Please click on the picture below for more information.Deadline: June 4, 2012