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The ‘people’s lawyers’ v. the POTUS

By the end of 2017, Democratic attorneys general in 22 states and three U.S. territories had jointly sued the Trump administration 35 times, a record that has some academics and former attorneys general worried that a state office with nonpartisan interests is becoming a polarizing force.

The Politics of PTSD

When Iraq combat veteran Daniel Paul Jabs petitioned the Illinois Department of Public Health in February 2015 to add post-traumatic stress disorder to the approved condition list for medical cannabis, he submitted his military records, five medical journal articles and his diagnosis of the “panic attacks, flashbacks, nightmares, intrusive memories, hyper-sensitivity to light and noise, over reactive startle responses” and other symptoms that make up his particular form of PTSD.

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Bar leaders speak out

Justinian Society of Lawyers

As my year as president of the Justinian Society winds down, I have had a chance to reflect on the overwhelming support I have received from so many of you during this wonderful journey.
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