May 3, 2016

I often write about cases here. I wanted to take a moment to explain why. 

Courts decide cases every day. Sometimes, along with the decision, the court writes an opinion to explain a decision. It is written by a judge. In print, they fill massive tomes such as the ones displayed here. 

Lawyers read and research cases because they often provide interpretations of statutes (laws passed by the legisla...

December 16, 2014

Since the drafting of the US Constitution, the intersection of religion, constitutional rights and civil legal obligations has been a source of tension. These issues recently came to a head in an employment case out of Fontbonne Academy in Milton.

Fontbonne, a Catholic high school for girls, unwittingly agreed to hire a gay man, Mr. Barrett, as its food service director. Mr. Barrett was married, and wh...

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