The law imposes on us duties and standards. Those enforced through punishments such as prison, jail, fines, and probation fall under criminal law. In the civil arena, violations of legal duties constitute torts. Sometimes, the law addresses the same or similar conduct as both a crime and a tort. The distinctions between criminal law and tort law lie in the aims of these laws … [Read more...] about What is a Tort?
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Teenage Genius Haley Schlitz on Studying and Stress Being a teenager isn’t always easy. It can be even harder when you’re academically advanced. Gifted education can be a viable approach for students who have been identified as gifted and/or talented. A young woman named Haley Taylor Schlitz has reaped the rewards of gifted education. She graduated from Texas Woman’s … [Read more...] about I’m 16 Years Old, My Name is Haley, and I Got Into All 9 Law Schools I Applied to This Year!
If you've recently been accepted into law school, chances are you've heard the horror stories. Many law students and outside influencers portray law school as a nose to the grindstone, no-nonsense experience. While it's true that law school is extremely difficult, there are a few myths that aren't true. Today, we're going to look at five law school myths you need to stop … [Read more...] about 5 Myths About Law School You Need To Stop Believing
Introduction The music industry used to be a lot simpler. Artists and bands could simply record a great album, release it, then travel around the nation in a groovy tour bus to play for their loyal fans and find new ones. Unfortunately, that model is pretty much dead. If video killed the radio model, then streaming killed the album model. Although radio and albums … [Read more...] about Is the Freemium Model the Future of Music?