Leaving, Launching, and Leaping: A Three-Part Series on the Law Firm Entrepreneurship Journey

Leaving, Launching, and Leaping: A Three-Part Series on the Law Firm Entrepreneurship Journey As published in Indiana Lawyer May 8, 2024 Series OverviewWhether it’s burnout avoidance, disillusionment with law firm culture, or an inability to ignore the entrepreneurial itch, it might be time to leave your firm and start your own.  Over the next 3… Continue reading Leaving, Launching, and Leaping: A Three-Part Series on the Law Firm Entrepreneurship Journey

Brown: Successfully leveraging a limited (broken) immigration system

Successfully leveraging a limited immigration system

Brown: Successfully leveraging a limited (broken) immigration system As published in Indiana Lawyer November 8, 2023 It is well established that the U.S. immigration system is flawed. For decades, the national conversation has been almost exclusively focused on border enforcement and undocumented workers. The employment-based immigration system is in part to blame, with very limited… Continue reading Brown: Successfully leveraging a limited (broken) immigration system

Beyond the Sound Bites on U.S. Immigration: The Employment-Based System Remains Inadequate

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Beyond the Sound Bites on U.S. Immigration: The Employment-Based System Remains Inadequate As published in Indiana Lawyer November 9, 2022 With Americans heading to the polls for mid-term voting, U.S. immigration policy remains a polarizing and divisive topic. The southern border continues to grab headlines; however, opportunities abound within the employment-based immigration system to address… Continue reading Beyond the Sound Bites on U.S. Immigration: The Employment-Based System Remains Inadequate