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What’s the point of law firm rankings?

Jennifer Mehalik
June 23, 2008
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We get a lot of e-mails from law firms touting their ranking on a list of “outstanding” firms by a publication or naming them third-largest overall according to some survey. We don’t publish the rankings in our paper because we...
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Higher gas prices, fewer court appearances?

Jennifer Mehalik
June 20, 2008
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You can’t turn on the television or read a newspaper these days without seeing a story about how the increased cost of oil is affecting people. People are making a more concerted effort to carpool, cut back on extraneous driving, or...
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Familiar names in opinions

Jennifer Mehalik
June 19, 2008
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As a part of our job duties here at Indiana Lawyer, we read a lot of court opinions. From time to time, a familiar name will catch our attention on an opinion that we may otherwise have skipped. Curious if...
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More law schools, fewer jobs

Jennifer Mehalik
June 18, 2008
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According to a recent news story, there are now 200 ABA-accredited law schools in the United States, with some states looking to add even more schools. Indiana currently has four, and just a few years ago, two Indiana colleges were looking...
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Shorter and not so sweet?

Jennifer Mehalik
June 17, 2008
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Short and straight to the point. That describes a not-for-publication opinion from the Court of Appeals Monday, in Evan Erby v. State of Indiana , No. 18A02-0711-CR-977. Two sentences sum up this case, referring to an Indiana Supreme Court ruling last...
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Cheers lead to arrests

Jennifer Mehalik
June 16, 2008
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Graduation season is wrapping up this month but not without a few arrests. Police near Columbia , S.C. , arrested and charged six people with disorderly conduct for cheering after a student’s name was called during a high school graduation....
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When a spanking is OK

Jennifer Mehalik
June 13, 2008
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When I acted up as a child, I would be threatened with a spanking. Lucky for me, my parents only delivered on the threat a couple times in my life. A stern look or grounding seemed to do the trick...
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Can’t say “rape” in a rape trial

Jennifer Mehalik
June 12, 2008
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Correct me if I’m wrong, but if you are involved in a trial dealing with an alleged rape, then the word “rape” should come up in order to describe the purported crime. But one judge in Kansas has made headlines...
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