Founding a Nonprofit Organization

In this post, I discuss some considerations when founding a nonprofit organization, including choosing the organization’s form. Photo by Marco is licensed under CC 2.0. This content uses referral links.  In a previous post, I provided a very broad overview of nonprofit organizations. In this post, I will expand on the basic rules I Read more…

Nonprofit Organizations

In this post, I discuss the basics of nonprofit organizations, why they are necessary, and the essential role they play in our society. Photo by Sharon Sinclair is licensed under CC 2.0. This content uses referral links.  In previous posts, I have written about various business organizations and factors to consider when picking a Read more…

Criminal Law Outline

In this post, I provide my Criminal Law outline from law school to help current law students with their studies. I hope you find it helpful. Photo by Blogtrepreneur is licensed under CC 2.0.  As I discussed in a previous post, I have decided to make my law school outlines available to Read more…

Civil Procedure I Outline

In this post, I provide my civil procedure outline from law school to help serve as study aids for current law school students. Photo by Michigan Municipal League is licensed under CC 2.0.  During my time in law school, preparing for exams usually involved preparing outlines to help me study and learn Read more…

Fighting Frivolous Appeals

In this post, I discuss how the Arkansas Supreme Court is fighting frivolous lawsuits by sanctioning those who file frivolous appeals. Photo by Michigan Municipal League is licensed under CC 2.0.  Most people have heard about the problem of frivolous lawsuits and the extreme cost of both time and money associated with this issue. Read more…

Stay Pending Appeal

In this post, I discuss the stay pending appeal and how it can prevent the enforcement of a judgment until the final resolution of the appeal. Photo by WEBN-TV is licensed under CC 2.0.  Generally, in a civil matter on appeal, the appellant has lost the case—thus the reason for filing the appeal—and the Read more…

Certified Questions of Law

In this post, I discuss certified questions of law and the interaction between various state and federal courts in the Arkansas appellate process. Photo by Cliff is licensed under CC 2.0.  Sometimes, a court must apply the law of another jurisdiction when deciding a case before it. This frequently happens when a Read more…