The Internet, Crime & Law

 

 

 

Kendall Coffey

Attorney, Legal Analyst

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Kendall Coffey on how law students can function in a diffcult economy.

NEWS INTERVIEWS

MYSPACE SUICIDE
The Megan Meier case

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Kendall Coffey recently published a piece on Law.com regarding the state of the law field right now and how recent law school graduates can make their law degree work for them in a diffuclt market.

"Ironically, while thousands of new law graduates fret about the chronic joblessness that awaits them, tens of millions of Americans need attorneys but cannot afford them. And much of the unmet need rests in America's middle class, which is neither rich enough to pay $250 an hour for lawyers nor poor enough to qualify for legal aid organizations."

Kendall Coffey on how law students can function in a diffcult economy.

Kendall Coffey Commentary and Legal Analysis

"There was enacted in 2006 a new federal law that makes anonymous cyber-abuse a crime potentially prosecutable for two years, hasn’t been tested by the courts yet, but if you ever wanted to see a case where that kind of law ought to be applied, this might be the case."

Kendall Coffey on the MySpace Megan Meier Case

 

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