Professor Cornelius Hurley discusses the banking crisis.
Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum Director of Security Anthony Amore, discusses the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum heist in 1990. He discusses what becomes of the art, what become of the thieves who taken, and explains why there is no market for stolen art. Mr. Amore discusses how 40% of the pieces hanging out in all major museums are forgeries.
Quincy District Court Chief Justice Mark Coven addresses the opioids epidemic and explains the role that specialty courts play in this fight.
Attorney Mary Ryan is a Partner at Nutter, McClennen and Fish, LLP., in Boston. She is currently the Chair of the American Bar Association (ABA) Pro Bono and Public Service Committee. Attorney Ryan discussed various issues during her interview with Discovering the Law; including: Women in the Law, Environmental Law, and the importance of Access to Justice.
Massachusetts Supreme Court Justice Margot Botsford talks about Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC). Justice Botsford discusses the process the SJC follows to choose the cases it will hear. Lear about the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
Attorney Jon Bells speaks about corporations, how they are managed, how they are formed and how they are dissolved.
Middlesex County DA Marian Ryan speaks about the issue of drug overdose in Middlesex County and explains some of the reasons for its alarming increase.
Chief Justice Ordonez talks about the overall structure of the trial
court and about the types of cases the Probate and Family Court
Handle. Chief Justices gives us practical tips to navigate the
Probate and Family Court in a nutshell.
Honorable Justice Paul Chernoff is a prolific writer and scholar. He
talks about his second book written specifically to impart valuable
lessons to all attorneys. His book is titled: “Lessons for my
Judge Foster describes what is Registered Land in Massachusetts. He talks about the History of the Land Court, why it was created and what it is for, the services it provides and the cases it hears.
Judge Mark Green talks to us about the process of the Appeals Court, how it is organized and how to go about oral arguments before the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Attorney Mitch Ross is on the Board of Directors of the Frank J. Murray Inn of Court.
Attorney Mitch Ross tells us about the American and British Inns of Court. Attorney Ross also discusses the benefits of belonging to the Frank J. Murray Inn of Court.
Judge Sikora discusses how the Massachusetts legal culture compare to other states and talks about the great judges of Massachusetts, in reference to the 10 most important Judges in American History.
Sheila Hubbard is the Executive Director of the Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association. In this interview we talk about the services that are provided by the Volunteer Lawyers Project, who is eligible to receive these services and how a person access free legal services.
Judge Cratsley talks about Restorative Justice, he speaks about expanding the tight to an attorney and his impressions on the jury system.