Ken J.

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    Income-Driven Student Loan Repayment (Part 1)

    The cost of higher education is one of the primary reasons I’m usually angry. Personally, I’m relatively lucky. Scholarships covered most of my undergrad and I saved a shocking amount of money by staying in-state for law school. So I have a mortgage of student loan debt, but it’s probably for...
  • LegalEase: Question 2 — Are Law Movies Realistic?

    Last week I discussed one of the very real questions people ask when they meet lawyers. But perhaps the most common questions are about whether the law-related movie they just watched is realistic. Today, we’ll be taking a look at three of America’s favorite law movies (or at least three I...
  • LegalEase: Question 1 — Dipping on a Lazy Landlord

    When people learn that I’m a lawyer, they shout a variety of questions and statements into my ears. “Who do I call to get out of a speeding ticket?” (the judge, preferably at his home), “Can you really sue Wal-Mart for not having ice cream?” (if you pay my...
  • How to Write Emails Like a Real CEO

    The sharp, swift handshakes. The booming but congratulatory voices of the board of directors bouncing off of the polished oak conference table. The slightly better grade of catering ordered to reflect the gravity of this affair. The whistles and shouts of glee from the mailroom boys and secretaries. You’ve...
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