Tag Archives: Early

Prioritizing Concerns Helps Manage Early Divorce Stress

The decision to divorce may provide you some relief because a resolution to your unhealthy marriage is in sight. However, your relief may turn to stress once you realize how much work will be involved in the process. A divorce … Continue reading

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Early Fraud Warning

Our very first substantive post (way back in January of Aught Five) was about folks who thought they could cheat their way to big time insurance bucks. As one can imagine, they were not exactly successful in these endeavors, although … Continue reading

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Literary Play at the Inns of Court and Early Modern Legal Professionalization

Jessica Winston, Lawyers at Play: Literature, Law, and Politics at the Early Modern Inns of Court, 1558-1581 (2016). Angela Fernandez The Inns of Court have long interested legal historians, particularly those who study the history of the legal profession. The … Continue reading

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Zinos on Fundamental Rights in Early American Case Law: 1789-1859

Nicholas Zinos, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, is publishing Fundamental Rights in Early American Case Law: 1789-1859 in volume 7 of the British Journal of American Legal Studies (2018). Here is the abstract. Fundamental Rights Law is a ubiquitous feature … Continue reading

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Zinos on Fundamental Rights in Early American Case Law

Nicholas Zinos (Mitchell Hamline School of Law) has posted Fundamental Rights in Early American Case Law: 1789-1859 (Forthcoming British Journal of American Legal Studies Vol. 7) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: Fundamental Rights Law is a ubiquitous feature of modern American … Continue reading

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