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Our first big case

Just for fun, let’s imagine that years from now, you and I form a law firm. Like     many startups, we hope to land the “big case” that will put us on the map. But after months of trying, we have no success and we start to feel hopeless—until, that is, one fateful day when a potential client walks through our door with just the case we’ve been waiting ...

Growing up in Israel, she ‘learned how to live under missiles’

A very strong case can be made that anti-Semitism is not simply about prejudice towards a particular ethnic group—those of Jewish extraction. 

A very strong case can be made that anti-Semitism is in fact emblematic of what quickly can turn into the hatred of peoples of all stripes. If hatred of one is inflamed, history shows it soon spreads like wildfire into hatred of many, ...

Do Negative Halftime Speeches Work?

September 12, 2019

Inspirational locker room speeches are a hallmark of sports movies.

Who can forget Herb Brooks in “Miracle” trying to rally the U.S. hockey team before their legendary upset over the unbeatable Soviets in the 1980 Olympic Games?

“Great moments are born from great opportunity. And that's what you have here tonight, boys. That's what you've earned here tonight.

NJ Human Services Awarded Nearly $1 Million in New Funding to Protect Older New Jerseyans

September 18, 2019

(TRENTON) - The New Jersey Department of Human Services has received a grant for more than $1 million from the U.S. Administration for Community Living to improve reporting and tracking of elder abuse, exploitation and neglect.

Through its Division of Aging Services (DoAS), Human Services will use the three-year grant, at $350,000 per year, to design and build a statewide database for its ...