23 Dec, 2010
In early October, I took the rite of passage for anyone attempting to someday become an attorney: I spent six hours darkening bubbles on my Law School Admissions Test answer sheet. As I sat there during the writing section, mostly daydreaming about what it would be like to no longer have to study for the LSAT, I began to appreciate what the day represents for so many of the people taking the test with me: just another day of school.
5 Mar, 2010
Weekend Trip to Harvard University
My wife Ann Marie and I are traveling to Boston tomorrow for a three-day trip to Harvard University. I have been asked to speak to a group of Harvard faculty and undergrad students, and on Monday, I will be sitting in on a criminal law school class. The trip is exciting for a number of [...]
9 Feb, 2010
New York Times Article on Shon Hopwood
On several occasions we have had attorneys question how Shon is so knowledgeable about the Supreme Court, but yet, is not an attorney. An article in today’s New York Times answers that question. The article can be viewed here. Both Cockle and Shon want to say thank you to all the Cockle clients who have [...]