What are the UX laws to be practised?

UX laws

User experience is all about the interaction between your product or service with a user. UX designers therefore focus on features like accessibility and usability to enhance such experience. However, UX designers also follow some laws of User experience to make their designs valid and useful in business.  If you are keen to learn UX … Read more

How To Eliminate Hurdles In Representing Disruption Claims

Eliminate Hurdles In Representing Disruption Claims

The construction industry is full of opportunities and limitations. The primary reason is that contractors have to deal with several factors influencing their projects, both internally and externally. So, the risks of disruption always remain within the core of the construction. However, once disruption occurs, it is essential to represent the claims for compensation. The … Read more

Waxman-Markey Climate Change Bill Not a Disaster for the Environment

Waxman-Markey Climate Change Bill

I have spent the better part of four years studying proposed US climate change legislation, state and local climate actions, the roll-out of the Kyoto Protocol and the implementation of the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme. I have written about the large scale issues that must be considered in federal legislation, and looked in depth at some of the issues … Read more

An Experiment on Law Review Placement

Experiment on Law Review Placement

Our faculty had a lunch discussion of non-traditional legal scholarship and publishing today. As someone who sees growing convergence between scholarship in law and scholarship in other disciplines and who wonders how long the pre-Internet model of legal publishing is likely to persist, I started thinking about the classifying function of traditional legal scholarship. The … Read more

Why have a Bar Exam? One Inductee’s Appraisal


Legions of aspiring lawyers recently sat for licensing exams administered by their respective state bars.  Was it worth the effort?  Here’s my take. My very first client after law school posed an interesting question. She was a creditor who was unsure as to whether she was a secured creditor. She wanted me to find out where she … Read more

Separate is NEVER Equal Even in Jersey

New Jersey Supreme Court

The New Jersey Supreme Court might have thought it was dropping a bombshell when it ruled that gay and lesbian committed couples deserved the same legal benefits as heterosexual married couples under the state’s constitution. But the justices achieved something else: they fired off a dud. The reality is that both sides in the battle on … Read more