The Beginning Of The Supreme Court

The Beginning Of The Supreme Court

It may be somewhat surprising, but when the Supreme Court first assembled (February 2nd, 1790), it was disregarded, and it’s justices, including Alexander Hamilton and John Rutledge, frequently stepped down and retired to pursue other opportunities. The Supreme Court,...
Debunking Common Myths Surrounding Trial Law

Debunking Common Myths Surrounding Trial Law

Many people get their information on how law, lawyers, and trials work through television depictions, but due to the escapism concept of our daily entertainment, Hollywood’s skewed representation has many guessing what is true or false about the law and trials. While...

Becoming A Divorce Attorney

Becoming a divorce lawyer can be boiled down to two simple steps: go to law school and pass a state bar exam. But before you decide to pay that application fee and get enrolled, it is essential to research the education and career requirements and learn the...

How Divorce Law Has Changed

          In America, divorce law dates all the way back to colonial times. One of the earliest instances of divorce law took place in Massachusetts when a judicial tribunal was created to preside over divorce matters. Adultery was the primary...