be careful what you ask for

The Criminal Defense Clinic has a case set for jury trial the week of April 1st.  Motion hearings for that case were held this past Friday.  The case involves a domestic battery charge and a resisting without violence charge.  We moved to sever the charges in the belief that our client couldn’t receive a fair trial on […]

Tomorrow – US Citizenship and Immigration Services Open House

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Office of Homeland Security is having an open house at its Jacksonville Field Office tomorrow, Tuesday, March 26, 2013 from 5 – 7 pm. The open house will provide an opportunity to meet Jacksonville’s Field Office Director and staff members, tour the office, and learn more about immigration topics. […]

Looking for your CPE Credits?

Students: CPE credits are now only updated in Symplicity and are no longer located on the degree audit.  You can find your credits by logging onto Symplicity, clicking ‘Profile’ and scrolling down to ‘Legal Work Experience’.    Career Services is not responsible for … Continue reading

Philadelphia archbishop to allow coed youth football following request from 11-year-old girl

“The civil rights laws protecting girls, minorities and the disabled are actually pretty good now,” said Nancy Hogshead-Makar, a 1984 swimming gold medalist who is now a Florida law professor and senior director of advocacy for the foundation. “But what’s missing is people willing to take a stand and insist on equal treatment for all.” […]