Welcome to my Law Student visitors
This is my generic welcome page for law students. This is not the only page for you. I have another, Employment Law Students, for those interested in practicing employment law rather than just learning a little about this area of law.
- I especially welcome feedback from law students about this site.
Your feedback is particularly valuable to me because you might be a novice at employment law just like my lay visitors, yet you might know enough law to recognize where my info is bad or misleading or just plain confusing to people. Please take some time and give me some feedback about this site and the content that brought you here.
- Get “published” here, for what it’s worth – I’ll consider posting your school writings regarding employment law issues.
I’m always wanting to get more stuff posted than I have time to write about. Student papers sometimes can provide a decent overview of a particular legal doctrine that is important to employment law. For just one example, if I had a student paper on the “continuing violation” doctrine I would list that as a resource in my article about discrimination. I would edit the paper as I saw fit, but the paper would be credited to you. Eventually, search engines would find the paper and your name, and you’d be memorialized on the web and begin making your presence felt.
For those whose fine paper did not receive the highest grade, you could take some satisfaction that your paper got “published” and gets read by people who need the info, while the top dog’s honor grade paper gathers dust forever and does no one any good.
I’m not talking about “law-review” articles (the school will own the rights to those). I’m thinking about the non-law-review articles, such as class papers or study guides you may have written, to which the school does not claim ownership.
- Recognize the limitations of the info you get here.
The more employment law and civil procedure you already know, the more you will be able to appreciate the limitations of the info available here. I’ve tried to give people a taste of some of the major practical issues in employment law in my articles on this site. But in actual litigation, there are many complexities that I have not attempted to deal with in my articles. The more you already know, the more you will understand what I am talking about. Here’s a few things to think about: Daubert hearings, removal, admissions, hearsay, veil piercing, choice of law, jurisdiction and venue, pre-trial and post-trial motion practice, attorney fee petitions, remittitur, on and on and on.
- Thanks for visiting. I hope your awareness was raised and that you found some useful info.
For those interested in Employment Law, check out Employment Law Students.
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Timslaw.com Missouri Employment Law
Maintained by Attorney Phil Willoughby
Founded by Tim Willoughby, Esq. (1959-2013)
Phil is a Missouri employment lawyer who is licensed to practice in Kansas and Missouri, and primarily takes cases in Saint Louis and Kansas City.
He is a member of the Missouri Bar Association and Kansas Bar Association.
Additionally, he has practiced in the United States Federal Courts of Missouri in St. Louis and Kansas City.
He has also practiced in the Kansas Federal District Court in Kansas City, Kansas.
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Phil Willoughby, Attorney
Licensed in Missouri and Kansas
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9800 NW Polo, Suite 100
Kansas City, MO 64153
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