Many students are heading to school.  Others are investigating further education.  Education is good, except when it isn’t.  Here is important information to avoid and actually address for profit college scams. Earlier this month, Judge Gonzalo Curiel ruled students could proceed in their lawsuit against Trump University.   A ruling based on facts, not ethnic heritage.…

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by Crystal Easom, first in a May Justice Roll series. For days, weeks, even years, you wandered through the dark cavernous reaches of the valley of the shadow. At times it seemed the journey would never end, at times it seemed the valley would claim your end. There were days when you saw the sunlight…

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By Bradley Merrill Thompson This is the final installment in a blog series: Don’t leave Christian Legal Aid to the Lawyers.  Brad is a shareholder in the Washington DC office of Epstein Becker Green. Although he works in Washington, he lives in Zionsville, Indiana and volunteers with the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic. In his spare…

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Governor Pat Quinn of Illinois signed legislation in July to help ex-offenders secure employment in the private sector and become productive members of society. The new law prevents criminal background checks until after an applicant is deemed qualified for a job.  “Everyone deserves a second chance when it comes to getting a job,” Governor Quinn said.…

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What do you think of when you think of the homeless?    Be honest.  I used to think they were lazy alcoholics and drug addicts living under bridges standing around warming barrels.  That’s what Hollywood always told me and I believed it.  But it’s not true. The 2013 Annual Homeless Assessment Report reveals approximately 610,042 people…

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