Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
Summer in our sunny California FindLaw.com office is always a welcome time of year. In addition to temperatures rising outside, there are a lot of hot items being produced within our office in the coming months we are excited about. Blogs, legal content, answers community and social media...to say the least, we are a busy bunch!
Here's a look at various aspects of our website that are as hot fireworks on the 4th...
Summer and sports are synonymous, so it is no surprise that our law and sports blog, Tarnished Twenty is so popular these days. Check it out for updates on everything from the Sandusky and Roger Clemens verdicts to athletes getting in trouble with the law. Written by attorneys who also happen to be huge sports fans, we break down what the charges are and what it means for their careers, legally speaking.
Other blog topics that are especially popular these days are the Legal U series featured on our hyperlocal blogs. Our editor extraordinaire Tanya Roth and her team of talented writers are constantly creating unique content that is aimed at helping people with their everyday legal problems such as: how to fight an open container ticket in Phoenix or how to start a food truck in Philadelphia. Want to know which forms to fill out to start that cupcake truck or what courthouse will hear your moving violation? Legal U does the legwork for you.
Need some reading material while you are laying poolside? There's a FindLaw newsletter for that. On both the consumer and legal professionals side our dynamic duo of Paul Dooley and John Karbarf have a real knack for curating content and other features that readers can get in their inboxes daily.
Paul and John use their legal training and an amazing ability to see the issues behind the headlines to serve up the most relevant stories and links to newsletter subscribers. With over 435,000 total subscribers, the popularity of our newsletters is growing at an impressive pace thanks to these guys.
Most recently, FindLaw has launched a newsletter dedicated to coverage of the Supreme Court. Featuring content both from FindLaw and outside sources, the SCOTUS newsletter offers legal expertise, timely information and analysis devoid of legalese. And like every other FindLaw newsletter, Paul and John will be closely following the numbers surrounding various aspects of the Supreme Court newsletter to ensure that readers are getting exactly what they are looking for.
So enjoy your summer everyone and make sure to enjoy all the great content FindLaw has to offer!