Wave of evictions coming soon as one Springfield woman tries to cope

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Neena Dickerson’s trailer looks homely. The stoop consists of piled-up gray cinder blocks. Flowerpots decorate one end. The lot rent is only $305 per month. Dickerson calls it home, though, and when she moved in last year with her family — three young adult children and a toddler-aged granddaughter — it signified […]

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The democratic essence of the common law

Let’s consider what makes common law distinctive. Law in general is about making and applying rules that coordinate social action. Civil law systems do this by collating the rules into a legal code, regularly updated. Common law systems, like our own, rely more on judges to shape the law. The […]

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