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A little sense of justice goes a long way

A little sense of justice goes a long way

Low-income people more often than not do not feel that there is justice, equality,or fairness in our system. We do not have to reach accord on the the causes of those sentiments, or even their merits. All we have to acknowledge is that those sentiments are a lot of people's feelings, and those feelings are facts.

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Justice for all Baltimore

Justice for all Baltimore

Now is not the time to cease-and-desist until modest and comfortable reforms are made. Getting back on the same path simply does not work for thousands of people in Baltimore. The national media spotlight will fade over the next several weeks and months. However, it is my hope is that the local landscape will have been altered for those seeking a real departure in the way people are treated, educated and policed.

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Babe Ruth, milestone birthdays, and a thousand little dots

Babe Ruth, milestone birthdays, and a thousand little dots

It's easy to look at your latest legal victory and pat yourself on the back. But building a practice is more than your last victory. It’s building a reputation. It’s building a list of long-term clients by helping them with their latest issues (or looking around corners and navigating them before they have any problems).

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When to move — and how to do it

When to move — and how to do it

I know it is time to leave. That time will most likely come for you, too. And the most compelling reason to make a move is that you've taken a cold, hard look at your current situation and concluded that you are no longer growing as much as you could elsewhere.

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O.J. with your ‘Serial’?

O.J. with your ‘Serial’?

Our nation’s obsession with the Serial podcast is this generation's O.J. Simpson trial. Both have riveted audiences and made discussion of legal issues an everyday occurrence among non-lawyers. In turn, they have raised some interesting questions about how media can influence a trial -- and how one famous case can influence another.

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