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No Path to Follow When You’re a Non-Traditional Lawyer

Let me tell you about a pivotal day that happened early in my legal career. I was a second-year law student at Arizona State University. During a study break, I was hanging outside the law library with my classmate Julia who is also one of my best friends. Out of nowhere a thought popped into […]

Flash Mobs Are Not Crimes

This post was originally published on The Undeniable Ruth in August 2011.  It appears the term “flash mob” is being used inappropriately and its meaning is being overly broadened to include any group activity that is coordinated using social media. This year, there have been several robberies and assaults perpetrated by a group of people that appear (at least […]

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