ABA Journal Modern-day Law Library: “Teamsters Law firm Pens Children’s E-book to Exhibit Value of the Labor Movement”
For this episode of Modern-day Law Library, host Lee Rawles talked with Mark Torres. Torres is the normal counsel for Teamsters Union Community 810, but he’s also an author. He revealed his debut crime novel, A Stirring in the North Fork, in 2015. He lately revealed a bilingual children’s reserve. Great Dude Jake, which aims to educate small children about the great importance of labor unions, the middle class, social justice, and charity.
On the Highway: “ABA Midyear 2018: Is On the net Dispute Resolution a Reality?”
Authorized Chat Network’s On the Highway went to the ABA Midyear meeting and hosts Adriana Linares and John Stewart talked with Colin Rule about the likely makes use of of on the net dispute resolution Rule is vice president for on the net dispute resolution at Tyler Technologies and was previously director of on the net dispute resolution for eBay and PayPal. They explore no matter whether on the net dispute resolution is an accessibility to justice remedy and no matter whether it could streamline the court docket approach.
Atlanta Monster: “The Boogeyman”
The host of Atlanta Monster, Payne Lindsey, previously hosted Up and Vanished, which explored a 12-calendar year-outdated chilly scenario, the murder of Tara Grinstead. The podcast helped split the scenario open up, and now two arrests have been designed. Lindsey has now turned his interest to the Atlanta Kid Murders. From 1979-1981, at least 28 people today, most of them small children, had been murdered in Atlanta. Atlanta Monster examines people disappearances and murders with a new eye. Get started with episode 1, “The Boogeyman,” and binge all the way to episode 6, “The Splash,” while you wait around for the remaining four episodes to drop.
Last current February 11th, 2018.