When I moved from the U.S. to Berlin nearly two years ago, many of the differences were clear to me upon arrival. The quintessential European sidewalk cafes, a sprawling mass transit system, well-tread bike lanes, and language barriers that reminded me that, no, I was not in Kansas anymore. But only after wandering some of the quieter streets
Life of the Law is looking for a few great writers to write about the law. Do you have a snappy perspective on what’s happening in the world, and can you write about it in a way that is compelling to everyone—from stay-at-home parents to freelance journalists, law school students to editors, lawyers to scholars?
Life of the Law is thrilled to announce that we will be joining the Infinite Guest Network from American Public Media! The Infinite Guest Network is a collection of food, comedy and culture programs that bring together some of the world’s most fascinating people in unique and surprising ways. Infinite Guest—part of American Public Media—invites the
I’ve just read this U.S. News editorial suggesting that the American public has come full circle in its approach toward infidelity of public figures. It echoes some thoughts I had after watching a few episodes of Scandal, House of Cards, and The Good Wife. All three shows are deeply invested in exploring the public/private divide, and in particular, the connection
We aren’t planning on breaking any laws at LIVE LAW 6 but you never know what can happen when people start telling stories about their music and the law. It all happens live – Wednesday night, August 6th at 7pm – when LIVE LAW travels to Music City in a dynamo collaboration between PursuitMag and