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What Does Notary and Apostille Mean?

When it comes to handling paperwork, particularly paperwork which will be required overseas, it’s safe to say that the entire process can be a little confusing. Say, for example, you’re looking to head overseas to work. Great, you just pack your bag, hop onto the plane, climb off when you land, and you’re ready to…
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Interview with Zeshan S. Ghumman Zeshan S. Ghumman is an inspirational Tech enthusiast and a lawyer in Pakistan, who has been writing articles regarding legal technology, Criminal justice and Constitutional Rights of Pakistan.  he has been considered to be a top-notch and youngest entrepreneur lawyer in Pakistan, He had his law degree from the well-recognized and…
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Grounds For Divorce in Florida

What are the grounds for Divorce in the state of Florida? In the movies people always have a reason for divorce such as adultery or abandonment. Florida used to have grounds like thes before 1971 that needed to be proven before a divorce would be allowed under Florida law. Grounds were subsequently eliminated by the…
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Response to “Slippery Slope”

I’m the “someone” who suggested that constitutionally questionable laws that address primal fears and reactive tendencies (which Mr. Werblowsky inaccurately describes as “morals”), while legally well-intentioned and emotionally intoxicating, have no place in a society that sets (or purports to, at least) its legal principles according to constitutional prescriptions, and then, seeks to carefully mold…
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Eli Stone: Eli Makes Junior Partner

So this isn’t the way I pictured Eli Stone getting “rid” of his brain aneurysm but that’s why someone else gets paid to write the show while I just watch it. Religiously. This past week’s show (April 17) begins with everyone at Stone’s law office treating him gingerly. Being that he’s about to get a…
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The Law Reporters: Our conversation with Jan Crawford Greenburg, Adam Liptak, Dahlia Lithwick and Jack Ford

Our conversation on April 9th at the Time Warner Center offered yet another stimulating and fun evening at the Forum.  Here are some highlights: We learned, in advance of the public announcement, that Adam Liptak will soon be taking on Linda Greenhouse’s position as the Supreme Court correspondent for the New York Times. There was…
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Eli Stone: Matters of the Heart

San Francisco lawyer Eli Stone has a brain aneurysm. The malady has left him with an “annoying” side effect: a few times a day, he’s struck with prophet-like visions or wacky daydreams, depending on how Stone feels like classifying them that day. For better or for worse, these visions give him an idea of what…
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Triple Homicide: Presentation and Signing with Novelist and Legendary District Attorney Charles J. Hynes

Location: Fordham Law School, 140 West 62nd Street, Room 430 B/C between 8th and 9th Avenues, New York, New York @ 8:00 p.m. Cost: Free, Open to Public Seating for this special event is limited.

Opening Night at the Film Festival

The HBO Theater was seated to capacity, which required a separate room for another several dozen of our guests.  The opening night film, Little Rock Central: 50 Years Later, offered a tremendous opportunity for a serious discussion about the way in which legal system desegregated American schools, but, in doing so, perhaps did not alleviate…
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On November 15th, the Forum on Law, Culture & Society will be presenting “L.A. Law, Remembered: A Conversation with cast members Jill Eikenberry and Michael Tucker beginning at 8:00 p.m

L.A. Law forever changed the landscape of dramatic television.  Indeed, without L.A. Law many of its successors, such as Law & Order and Boston Legal would never have made it to network television.  Critically-acclaimed with multiple Emmy and Golden Globe awards, it was a time piece of the 1980’s, a show that featured a glamorous…
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