Indiana Trial Lawyer Fred Schultz (TLC '12) took on a slip-and-fall case with odds stacked against him and his client, and yet, He WON!…

Orignally Published: Tuesday, May 09, 2017
How a Mentally Ill, Homeless Woman Became Milton Grimes Hero

Trishawn Carey was facing 25 years to life because she picked up a baton when a police officer committed murder. She's one of Milton Grimes' heroes.…

Orignally Published: Monday, May 01, 2017
Illinois Criminal Defense Lawyer Maureen Williams on TLC and How It Has Helped Mold Her Practice - and Her Successful Verdict.

Originally sentenced to 30 years for a crime he never committed, Maureen finally got him freed! Read the full story to learn about what it took to get the verdict.…

Orignally Published: Monday, April 24, 2017
Baton Rouge's Christopher Suba on Corporate Greed - Turning Complex Construction Litigation into a Human Story.

When a local construction company and its owner contracted to perform a construction contract for a national outfit and the United States Army Corps of Engineers, his agreement to perform evolved beyond the original scope of work - and even into the "request" that he finance the additional services, all based upon the supposed promise that he would be fairly paid and reimbursed upon completion of the now much larger project. Once the small business owner had performed, the larger corporation overseeing this federal job took THEIR large profit and left the small business owner/subcontractor "holding the bag." Baton Rouge, LA TLC Grad Christopher Suba (Class of 2013) convinced a federal jury that was wrong. Credibility was the key in this betrayal story presented within a "dry" breach of contract case...…

Orignally Published: Monday, April 03, 2017
Jessica Jackson-Barrows on racial bias during Voir Dire

TLC grad Jessica Jackson-Barrows loves criminal defense and the world is a better place for it. Her TLC-inspired voir dire led to a not-guilty verdict and checked a few biases at the door.…

Orignally Published: Wednesday, March 29, 2017