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.
Criminal LawFeaturedMarijuana Laws
April 27, 2021By Claudia Perez
Cannabis, also known as marijuana, has a complicated history in the United States. The public’s sentiment towards marijuana has historically been conflated with race, crime, and morality. It is this complicated relationship that makes the rapid change in support for marijuana law reform a surprising phenomenon.
2020 Presidential ElectionConstitutional LawFeatured
April 21, 2021By Livan Davidson
For as long as the United States has been at the centerstage of world power, other nations watch, some with anxiety and others with optimism, as one president steps down and the new elected president steps up to the role.
Elder LawFeaturedFlorida Law
April 19, 2021By Gabrielle Bush
What happens when we can no longer care for ourselves? Whose responsibility is to take care of us?