Being admitted to the Supreme Court bar is a great privilege for any practicing attorneyRead More »
The public berating of the judiciary by public officials must stop
Similar statements said by licensed attorneys would most certainly earn them a letter from the Attorney Grievance Commission.Read More »
When the chance to play hooky in Boston presented itself, I didn’t hesitate.
Taking a day off every now and then to do something spontaneous is necessary for your mental well-being.Read More »
Let’s celebrate Janet Reno with a dance party!
Looking back at the life of the first female U.S. attorney general.Read More »
217 days and counting, a dubious mark on history
While I was hopeful that good governance would win out over political obstinance when it came to the filling the Supreme Court's vacancy, it seems I may have been too altruistic.Read More »
Missouri public defender spat underscores serious problem
America still has a imminent need for a well-funded public defender system with highly-trained and proficient attorneys.Read More »
A reflection upon turning 30
If my friends are correct, I can accept reaching the age of 30 with the calming reality of knowing that my best days are ahead of me.Read More »
The Supreme Court and politics: Mixing oil and water?
Like flowing water finds the cracks in the pavement, politics is finding its way into the Supreme Court in more ways than one.Read More »
Summer is coming!
Paid time-off is a benefit of your job. Why not take advantage of all the benefits provided by your employer, not just the health insurance?Read More »
Avoiding the 4-4 SCOTUS split, Part 2
If the Senate insists on being obstinate regarding confirmation hearings, the least it can do is amend the law to allow the court to plug its own hole, even temporarily.Read More »