How NOT to Run a Company

Many of you may know me through Twitter. It’s been an amazing platform to connect with people of like interests. I personally have secluded myself from the complete crazies because I’m spending my time with #lawtwitter and #academictwitter. 💥        This is where I’ve been able to cheer people on as they studied for the Bar … Read more

It’s Election Season

Here in the United States, when we start the month of September, we are going to hear all sorts of bloviating about the upcoming congressional elections. You’re going to hear that it’s the midterm elections and that the party in power is more likely to lose seats in Congress. You’re going to hear how Biden’s … Read more

Treating Women and the Environment Well

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New York State’s governor, Andrew Cuomo, has made national headlines again . . . and not for good reasons. You are likely aware that Letitia James, the state’s Attorney General (a Black woman), investigated sexual harassment complaints against him and found that they were credible. And today he resigned. 👏🏾 I was never a fan … Read more

Will SARS COVID-19 Ever End?

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Aaaaaah, in the United States, we’re reopening? Right? Everything is going right back to usual. Go grocery shopping without a mask. Book a cruise for your vacation. Eat in restaurants. Go see a movie in a theater. We. Are. Baaaaaack!! One of the delusions in the U.S. is this insistence on rugged individualism. Each person … Read more

Climate Gentrification

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Yes, this term was new to me as well, until I read this Washington Post article. I suspect you’re well aware about the Surfside condominium collapse in Miami, right? It turns out that BIPOC communities in Miami are on higher ground, away from the shores, where this condominium complex was located. Traditionally, with real estate, properties that … Read more

The Pressure is On

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This summer, there have been amazing developments with the oil and gas industry that have everything to do with climate change. I couldn’t make this up if I tried. First of all, in the Netherlands, Royal Dutch Shell sustained a court ruling that required that they reduce their carbon emissions by 45% by 2035 (that actually may be too … Read more