Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Life in the Law

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Remembering Sam E. Kossack

It is with the greatest honor and deepest sadness that I have the grave responsibility to write what words cannot sufficiently describe,...
By Thomas J. Jarboe, J.D., TJSL '15 | November 16, 2015
DST

Is Daylight Savings Time Bad for Your Health?

On Sunday November 2, Californian’s gained an extra hour of sleep with the ending of Daylight Savings Time (“DST”). As many people...
By Melanie Anderson, 3L | November 16, 2015
Final Exam Prep

Final Exam Prep

It’s that time of year – No, I’m not referring to the holidays.  Midterms has passed, and now its time to soldier up for finals! When I was...
By Ruby Fa’agau, 2L | November 16, 2015
SCOTUS  Oral Arguments in November

SCOTUS Oral Arguments in November

In October, the Supreme Court of the United States began its new session. Because it is the highest court in the land, the justices hear...
By Ruby Fa’agau, 2L | November 16, 2015
RF Health and Student Life

Health and Student Life

Most law students begin their academic career sitting down to review their law school applications.  Then when first year begins, the...
By Ruby Fa’agau, 2L | October 1, 2015
LP Study Abroad

China Study Abroad

The China study abroad program is a fantastic opportunity that I had the chance to be apart of. It is incredible to be able to live in a...
By Lauren Pevehouse, 3L | October 1, 2015
JI Study Abroad

My Summer Study Abroad

This summer I was lucky enough to travel to both China and France through the Thomas Jefferson School of Law Study Abroad program.  The...
By Justin Issac, 2L | October 1, 2015
Marriage License

Kim Davis – A Brief Legal Overview

There are several legal issues that are brought up by the recent actions of Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis after she refused marriages...
By Coleman Alguire, 3L | October 1, 2015
Kim Davis

Kim Davis: It Is Time to Act

Kim Davis is not Rosa Parks.  She is not a martyr, nor is she a hero.  Kim Davis is the bus driver who refused to do his job when Rosa...
By Jesse Schiffman, 1L | October 1, 2015
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Necessity and the Right to Control Distribution: The $750/Pill AIDS Medication

8,000 people, along with the rest of the world, were shocked when they woke up one morning last month.  Daraprim, a medication used to...
By Donny Samporna, 3L | October 1, 2015
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