Athletes May Make Romantic Partners Sign Confidentiality Agreements

Athletes May Make Romantic Partners Sign Confidentiality Agreements
Athletes and other celebrities may soon require confidentiality agreements from potential romantic partners. At the very moment Peyton Siva publicly celebrated leading his University of Louisville Cardinals to the 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship over the University of Michigan Wolverines Monday night, his prospective private merriment was being exposed on Twitter. Adult film model and... Read more »

Rutgers Fires Mike Rice: Why Tim Pernetti Should Be Next

Rutgers Fires Mike Rice: Why Tim Pernetti Should Be Next
I am a Rutgers University School of Law alumnus. I owe Rutgers University a great deal of debt. It is this debt of gratitude for giving me a shot at pursuing a Juris Doctor and entering the ranks of the legal profession. It is this debt that has helped me to obtain opportunities with top... Read more »

NBA All Star Weekend 2013: Does Houston Have a Purple Drank Problem?

NBA All Star Weekend 2013: Does Houston Have a Purple Drank Problem?
HOUSTON, Texas – The National Basketball Association kicked off arguably American sports’ most celebrated All Star weekend Friday. A plethora of offerings on the court include the Sprint Celebrity All-Star Game, BBVA Rising Stars Challenge, Sears Shooting Stars, Taco Bell Skills Challenge, Foot Locker Three-Point Contest, Sprite Slam Dunk Contest and the unsponsored D-League All... Read more »
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Why National Signing Day May Be Forever Changed

Why National Signing Day May Be Forever Changed
National Signing Day arrives to cheering auditoriums, dorm rooms, and college administration offices as high school seniors sign their National Letters of Intent and pledge to play NCAA football. The National Letter of Intent is a contract. Players accept financial aid from schools they attend for the right to play intercollegiate sports. Players are bound... Read more »

3 Reasons Why It's Hard to Be A Facebook Lawyer

3 Reasons Why It's Hard to Be A Facebook Lawyer
The internet and social media is making it harder for lawyers to know what’s OK in presenting their services to the public. Lawyers are advised to look to ethics rules to take precautions in light of the uncertainty. However, the conundrum is there is even uncertainty in the rules themselves. Rules, Rules, Rules Attorney ethics... Read more »

Thanksgiving: Top 5 Things We Love About the Holiday

5. Family. |
Nothing says Thanksgiving like being around family. From the drunk uncle who carries a flask to every holiday gathering, the aunt who brags incessantly about every milestone of her children, the wannabe adult teen who dresses like a slut and tries to hang out with the adults, the obese family friend who comes to every family function, doesn’t bring a dish but eats everything in sight, the newlywed cousin who tries her hand at a dish that everyone has to guess what it is, the hippie who seems ethically opposed to all food, grandpa who brags about being the best turkey carver since Thanksgiving was invented, to the stranger that no one seems to know who brought him or her, everyone’s home has a cast of characters. Some family you get excited for the one time of year you get a chance to see them. Others you hide in the next room.
President Obama pardons a turkey. (Unaccredited Photo)  It is Thanksgiving! The holidays are here! There are plenty things to enjoy, but here are the top 5 things we love about the holiday:
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Why Rutgers Joining Big Ten Was School's Second Big Score

Why Rutgers Joining Big Ten Was School's Second Big Score
Rutgers accepting an invitation to join the Big Ten Conference was not the only big score associated with the birthplace of intercollegiate football. Yesterday Rutgers University’s two governing boards approved the transfer of the majority of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey to the school. Although the New Jersey Medical and Health Sciences... Read more »

Lakers Hire Mike D'Antoni Over Phil Jackson: Why Money Was Not the Deciding Factor

Lakers Hire Mike D'Antoni Over Phil Jackson: Why Money Was Not the Deciding Factor
Money was not the issue with Phil Jackson rejoining the Los Angeles Lakers as its head coach. In a stunning move, Mike D’Antoni was named the new coach of the Los Angeles Lakers late Sunday night, taking over for interim coach Bernie Bickerstaff after the 16 time NBA Championship team fired its previous full time... Read more »

Why Ole Miss Needs an Ole Name Change

Why Ole Miss Needs an Ole Name Change
There is no such thing as the ghosts of Mississippi. A ghost implies something, or someone, has died. In the case of racism, hatred, intolerance, and bigotry in Mississippi, it is unfortunately alive and well. In the wee hours of the morning following the results declaring Democrat presidential incumbent President Barack Obama winner over vanquished... Read more »
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Why Celebrating President Obama Re-Election Victory Gave Me Insomnia

Why Celebrating President Obama Re-Election Victory Gave Me Insomnia
My feet hurt so good. I could not bring myself to leave the convention hall at McCormick Pace in Chicago, soaking in the recently departed raucous cheers of tens of thousands of adoring supporters of the newly re-elected President Barack Hussein Obama. Throughout Election Day I obsessed over the campaign and stared in the eyes... Read more »