Tag Archives: Volume 36

Holding the Due Process Line For Asylum

In the summer of 2007, as scandals surround the Department of Justice (“DOJ”), Monica Goodling’s testimony before Congress drew national attention to the systemic failings of the U.S. immigration courts. The improper hiring practices described by the former Justice Department … Continue reading

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Client Choice, Contractual Restraints, and the Market for Legal Services

The freedom of clients to discharge their lawyers at any time, with or without cause, greatly facilitates competition among lawyers. An era of lawyer mobility that has destabilized law firms and rewarded lawyers able to command the loyalty of their … Continue reading

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Federal Student Loan Repayment Assistance for Public Interest Lawyers and Other Employees of Governments and Nonprofit Organizations

In two provisions of the CCRAA, Congress has significantly improved access to higher education, particularly graduate and professional education, for persons who would like to have lower-paying public service careers, but who will be saddled by high educational debts incurred … Continue reading

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Are We Still Americans?

We are living in a time of crisis. Terrorists have struck our shores and promise to again. We are at war in Afghanistan and Iraq and some believe we should add Iran to our battlefields. To protect us, the President … Continue reading

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