Law is alive. It doesn’t live in books and words. It thrives in how well we understand and apply it to everyday life. We ask questions, find answers, and publish what we discover in feature episodes and live storytelling.
On every city block, there are rules. Some are unspoken, some require friendly reminders, some are enforced by the law. There are people who take it upon themselves to make sure neighborhood rules are being... Read More
Clemmie Greenlee works at Eden House in Uptown New Orleans, the first shelter for sex-trafficking victims in Louisiana. The center opened in October 2012. You can read more about Clemmie here. “I was born a... Read More
Behind prison walls, he learned how to make money the old fashioned way: by investing in the stock market. Meet WALL STREET on NPR’s Morning Edition, a story produced by The Kitchen Sisters and Life of... Read More
In the Western United States, water law is based on what seems like a simple principle: “first in use is first in right.” In other words, first come first served. But take a severe drought,... Read More