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Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump's New Series Evidence of Innocence Now Airing On TV One @tvonetv @BenCrumpLaw @FSUCollegeofLaw @AttorneyCrump

Via the National Law Journal:Noted civil right attorney Ben Crump is launching Evidence of Innocence, a new television show devoted to exploring the stories of the wrongly convicted. In an interview with Angela Morris of the NLJ, he explained,One thing we … Continue reading

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Series of DOJ Enforcement Policy Announcements Provides Promising Guidance

In a series of key policy announcements between November 2017 and May 2018, the Department of Justice has demonstrated an increasingly coherent perspective on how it will handle key aspects of white collar criminal enforcement. The policies largely reiterate a … Continue reading

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Continuing the WLPP Warehouse Lecture Series – Continuing Education for Community Association Managers

  Our Warehouse Lecture Series offers regular half-day class sessions, providing four hours of DORA-approved Community Association Manager Continuing Education credits. The second session of 2018 is scheduled for Friday, June 15, 2018. The classes will take place in our … Continue reading

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Fourth in a Series: Adult Coloring Book, "The Lawyers of Trump-Russia" (feat. Rudy Giuliani)

by Diane KleinThe man The New Yorker just last month aptly called "the fixer di tutti fixers," Rudy Giuliani, now looks more like the ranting Mr. Smallweed of Charles Dickens' Bleak House, the "baleful old malignant who would be wicked if … Continue reading

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Mental Health Awareness Month Blog Series

Today, in our second Mental Health Awareness Month (“MHAM”) blog, we feature a story shown on April 23, 2018, on NBC Nightly News. The story features the Binion family who lost their son Jordan (“Jordy”) to suicide shortly after Jordy … Continue reading

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