All posts by Hyunjae Ham
Lifting the Ban on Crude Oil and Natural Gas Exports: It’s Time to Make a Change
Earlier this week, a New Hampshire voter asked Hillary Clinton if she would sign a bill in favor of...
Law Firm Mergers: Good Idea or a Fruitless Endeavor?
Is the new trend of law firm mergers a good thing?
Yelp Pushes for Anti-SLAPP Legislation
Imagine this: you hire a contractor to install new hardwood floors. After the job is done, you discover...
Lawyer Only Hires Non-Ivy League Grads: Smart or Pointless?
A new op-ed on hiring practices is making the rounds of the internet.
I Have Mixed Feelings About Gay Marriage
There is a difference between promoting tolerance and forcing acceptance.
Brooklyn Law School Lends a Financial Hand to Unemployed Grads
Some money is better than no money.
Want to be a Lawyer? Maybe You Shouldn’t Sue Your Law School
Former UND law student learns the hard way.
Syracuse Law Dean to Step Down, Successor Must Meet a High Bar
Syracuse Law Dean is stepping down after an impressive, innovative tenure.
United Nations Peacekeepers Aiding Sex Traffickers?
A new report found that UN peacekeepers engaged in transactional sex with hundreds of poor local women.
The Most Ridiculous LSAT Stories of the Year
While you're waiting for your results, check out these anecdotes from June LSAT test takers.
Capitalism and College Sports: Time to Pay Student Athletes
If the NCAA is starting to sound like a cartel, that's because it is.
The U.S. Needs to Take a Firm Stand Against China on Cyber Attacks
The back-and-forth battle is far from over.
KU School of Law Students Aid Human Trafficking Victims
KU Law is attacking human trafficking at the "nexus" of medicine and law.