May 11, 2021By Valeria Alvarez Verdier
While Covid-19 has deprived us of many things we once considered a normal part of our lives, it has also introduced us to new lifestyles we never thought we would have. Despite the pandemic’s disruption of our justice system, shutting it down is not an option.
April 15, 2021By Yamille Hernandez
The COVID-19 vaccine has become a polarizing issue in the country: people are either scrambling to get the vaccine or scrambling to avoid the vaccine. As fear of the vaccine and COVID-19 increase, people find themselves facing many uncertainties in this time of the Corona virus.
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March 24, 2021By Christina Sprague
In a world suddenly uprooted by a global pandemic, law students’ “new normal” looks drastically different from the lives they lived mere months ago. Amidst becoming accustomed to virtual learning, an uncertain job market, and canceled graduations, recent law school graduates also face the challenge of navigating a remote bar exam. Measures implemented to prevent cheating on the exam leave many graduates with disabilities feeling “forgotten about and left to beg for [them]selves.”
January 21, 2021By Carla Llaneza
Although courts are split as to whether a business should be held liable for worker’s family members who contract illnesses, the success of the take home asbestos cases serve as a foreshadowing of the potential success that the Covid-19 take home cases may have in state and federal courts across the United States.