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How to Get a Job Straight Out of Law School

Are you fresh out of law school and eager to start your legal career? Then, landing a good job is probably at the top of your list of priorities. Unfortunately, employment opportunities in the legal field have been on the decline for the past few years. However, there are still jobs available for those who are ready to do the extra work and know where and how to find them. Here are a few tips that... ❯❯❯

3 Laws that Face Challenges as Driverless Cars Become Widespread

The concept of driverless cars is perhaps the most exciting technological breakthrough of the 21st century. For decades, this idea was merely a fantasy out of a science fiction novel. Now, we are on the cusp of seeing autonomous cars become a full-blown reality.   While many dream about the possibility of having a computer drive them from A to B while they watch TV, browse the web, sip a... ❯❯❯

Employment Law – A Complete Guide

Contrary to the popular belief, employment law doesn’t merely consist of a single law. It is, in reality, a complete system, that governs employer and employee rights. In the employment law system, there are numerous provisions and standards that are required to be followed by employers for the protection of employees and to ensure they are treated fairly. In this article, we have covered a... ❯❯❯

Self-Representation Facts: 5 Reasons You May Want to Consult an Attorney Before Handling Your Own Case

“He who represents himself has a fool for a client.” There is a good reason this adage has become so common – it speaks the truth. No matter how well an individual feels they may be able to articulate themselves, navigate the legal system or argue a case, the fact is that everyone needs to hire an attorney for help at some point. This couldn’t be more critical... ❯❯❯

Making a Claim Against Private Healthcare Professionals in the UK

Nearly all people living in the UK recognise the stature of the NHS and its firm place in healthcare for the masses. However, in recent years the NHS has fallen out of favour for some, given the prolonged wait times, concerns over the quality of care, and cutbacks to the services provided. In light of these grievances, private healthcare in the UK is starting to take on a necessary role in... ❯❯❯

Claiming for a Compensation? Get what you deserve with the help of a personal accident attorney

A personal accident can happen to you anytime and anywhere. Accidents and injuries can lead to you a lot of trouble. You will end up giving a lot of medical bills and enduring a lot of pain.But have you ever think what you will do if you suddenly fall victim to an accident caused by the negligence of other persons? We will not want to pay the money for their fault. However, you have the right to... ❯❯❯

Why It Pays to Know Your Legal Rights When Buying a New or Used Car

Just because that new car got great reviews and just because the manufacturer has a reliable reputation, it doesn’t mean that you are safe from lemons. Nothing is infallible and so there will be times when you end up with a car with defective parts. It’s the law of averages. Yes, most of today’s manufacturers do have hi-tech quality control teams that inspect every vehicle as it... ❯❯❯

The Other Side of the Millennials

Do a simple Google search of Millennials. A lot of articles tend to portray Millennials in a negative light. Millennials are grouped into a box and considered lazy, entitled brats. On the other hand, Baby Boomers are heralded as wise, hard-working yet lack the tech-savvy skills of the Millennial. However, the same tech-savvy skills of the Millennial are considered narcissistic and divisive. In a... ❯❯❯

What You Need to Know About Shareholders Agreements

A shareholders agreement is essentially a contract or document between the shareholders of a company or business. Its purpose is to regulate the rights and obligations of its members, as well as govern the relationship between the shareholders. This binding contract will identify a number of company details and agreements and, in particular, will outline how the company will be managed and who... ❯❯❯

Road Rules vs. Courts: 5 Key Points to Remember When You are in an Accident

People tend to get into a bit of a frenzy when an accident occurs. It comes out of nowhere, there may be a loud crash, and people may be hurt. It’s understandable that you may become confused and not think straight. However, the aftermath of an accident is when you really need to keep your head. This will help you to have an easier time with medical and vehicle insurance companies, law... ❯❯❯