Women face discrimination in all fields, but the issue manifests itself differently from one industry to the next. In law, it’s most evident in the persistent gender pay gap; today’s female attorneys earn tens of thousands less per year than their male counterparts. Female attorneys are also less likely to feel satisfied with their earnings.…

From travel bans to the arrests and deportations of green card applicants to sanctuary state legislation, immigration crackdowns and issues all but dominate today’s headlines. But not all communities affected by immigration crackdowns have received equal attention in the press. Thousands of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders who have lived in the United States for…

Recent news reports have highlighted issues within the Catholic Church – namely, indiscretions by clergy against young parishioners. Statistics released by the Catholic Church of Poland – spanning greater than 10,000 individual parishes – indicate as many as 625 children were reportedly sexually abused by approximately 382 priests over the past 28 years, with 58…

Americans can’t help but think of Tax Day once the month of April arrives. While business taxpayers have been diligently paying Uncle Sam quarterly throughout the year, personal taxes come due but once per year – on the dreaded April 15th. This year, as Tax Day looms, many wonder what they will do if they…

We’ve always known the Supreme Court is a political institution. Justices are appointed by presidents representing political parties, and those appointments are coveted to the extreme. And we even refer to Justices as “conservative” or “liberal” based on their voting history. But the Court itself has taken great pains to keep the bitterness that can…