Tue Jul 11, 2017 | Cliff Schneider | Contracts, New York City, Summer Of Law, Waivers
For many, enjoying a baseball game at the ballpark or on TV with family and friends is a favorite summer pastime. Even minor league games in far-flung locations with entertaining team names and mascots provide otherwise lukewarm baseball fans counting the days until college/pro football begins with a few hours (and for the kids, mini-helmets full of ice cream) entertainment.
Mon Jul 3, 2017 | Cliff Schneider | Summer Of Law
As I recently shared with a class of 4th graders at a charter school client in the Bronx during their career day (7th graders were more interested in discussing legal issues they see online and on TV, of course), when I was in 4th grade back in 1987, we not only learned about the U.S. Constitution, but celebrated its bi-centennial anniversary, too. Prior to sharing this, I asked the eager room of students what happened in 1787 and much to the pleasure of their teachers, myself and social studies teachers everywhere, many students- and rather quickly- shouted out “The Constitution!”.