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Having Kids Later in Life? Here’s What You Should Consider When Planning Your Estate

More people are choosing to have children later on in life. No matter what stage of life you have a child in, they can bring an abundance of joy and fulfillment—and financial challenges! While all parents work hard to ensure … Continue reading

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Missed out on OCI? Here’s how to look ahead to your next step (webinar)

It’s not easy to get a job through the on campus interview process. If OCI was not in the cards, you did not get a job offer, or you just don’t want to go straight from law school to private … Continue reading

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Susan Akram: The Trump administration is trying to reduce the number of Palestinian refugees, here’s why it won’t work

Susan Akram on Mondoweiss contends that "[t]he Trump administration’s decision last month to cut $360 million to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) is a purely political decision that has no relevance to the definition… … Continue reading

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Trade War Escalates. Stock Markets Shrug. Here’s Why.

In China, Europe and the U.S., stock indexes rose slightly, after President Trump imposed new tariffs on China and China retaliated with its own tariffs. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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Here’s What GDP Actually Tells Us

Today, the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis released its second estimate of Q2 Gross Domestic Product. But the way economists talk about the economy can sometimes muddle the underlying story. This is especially true when talking about how big the … Continue reading

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