Questions to Ask Your Defense Lawyer

No one anticipates needing a lawyer, but there may come a time when you need a lawyer at your side, defending your name in front of a judge. If this time ever comes, there are a few things that you need to remember before hiring the right defense lawyer for your case. Keep reading to… Read More

A guide to US Bar Exam Preparation Courses

Becoming a lawyer is a dream for many, and the bar exam is the first hurdle you need to cross before achieving that dream. The bar exam is one of the most difficult exams to ace with a high failure rate, but you can make sure you pass with flying colors with the right preparation… Read More

Navigating the Medical Malpractice Minefield – Strategies for Success

Introduction For this featured interview, based on his experience of more than 3000 cases of medical malpractice, we asked Rodney “What have been the most common difficulties experienced by the legal profession when it comes to running cases of medical negligence/malpractice and how can these be overcome?” Rodney identified ten themes he has noted over… Read More


I am a forensic psychiatrist with experience and expertise in correctional health care administration and clinical practice. My area of expertise is suicide and wrongful death in jails and prisons. By researching and analyzing risk factors of suicide and developing prevention strategies, I have established considerable expertise in the field. As a consultant, I provide… Read More

A Review of The Tax Cuts and Jobs Acts of 2017 in the Lull Before the Biden Administration’s Promised Redux

A. Introduction – An Overview of the TCJA of 2017 On December 20, 2017, the U.S House of Representatives and. Senate passed H.R. 1, “[a]n Act to provide for reconciliation pursuant to titles II and V of the concurrent resolution on the budget for fiscal year 2018” (referred to hereinafter as the “Tax Cuts and Jobs… Read More

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