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CBS Evening News “Life and Debt” Three Part Series on Student Loan Debt

CBS interviewed us and our class action co-counsel, Gus Centrone of Centrone & Shrader, P.A., as background for their recent three part Eye on America story focusing on the student debt crisis.  Per Seth Frotman, formerly with the CFPB, there … Continue reading

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Three ways to maximize the career potential in each of your law school summers

What are you planning on doing this and maybe the next few summers? If you plan it well, three years of law school can provide you with up to four summers’ worth of work experience in law/related fields. From traditional … Continue reading

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Mental Health Experts Say to Do These Three Things During Your Illinois Divorce

Getting a divorce can be one of the most stressful life events a person may experience. Not only does a person getting divorced have to deal with the financial and legal implications of ending their marriage, they also must deal with the … Continue reading

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And Baby Makes Three

Fans of the British royal family are celebrating the arrival of the 7th in line to the British throne, and even some of us here in the colonies will admire the paparazzi pics of baby Sussex and speculate about what … Continue reading

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FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND: Season Three of Amazon’s Grand Tour Concludes, and I have some thoughts over a…

FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND: Season Three of Amazon’s Grand Tour Concludes, and I have some thoughts over at Ed Driscoll.com. (Bumped.) Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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