Cyberbullying Resources for Teachers

Published: May 2017

Cyberbullying has become of increasing concern as more and more heartbreaking stories of bullying and teenage suicide sweep the nation. Fortunately, these types of tragedies can be prevented through education, which means that teachers are Read On…

Law Resources for the LGBT Community

Published: May 2017

Members of the LGBT community – those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender – are vulnerable to discrimination and harassment. Discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation is unacceptable. There are numerous Read On…

Who is Liable for Nursing Home Abuse?

Published: December 2014

Residents of nursing homes and long-term care facilities rely on doctors, nurses, staff members, and volunteers for care and companionship. Sadly, nursing home residents are often victimized, mistreated, or abused by the very people trusted Read On…

Craziest Laws Still on the Books

Published: April 2014

Laws are supposed to be good for society. They help keep us safe and keep our communities orderly. But there are many laws still on the books today that are weird, ridiculous, or just plain Read On…