Law on dating
Break the Cycle believes teen victims of dating violence deserve the same legal protections that adult victims of domestic abuse receive.Young victims should have access to the legal system and other sensitive services needed to ensure their safety.
To call attention to this critical situation, Break the Cycle created the State Law Report Cards.When Netflix and chilling by yourself has become boring, and that pull from Parkers still hasn’t texted back, it may be time to start looking for a more long term companionship.Someone to share your snacks with, and keep you warm when you forget to pay your heating bill again.The law student, with their glamorous lifestyles and stupidly-paid work placements, may seem like an obvious candidate.However, the life of the law student is not all champagne and snappy suits – there are a number of things you’ll need to be aware of before you decide to date one of us.The Report Cards survey the civil domestic violence protection order laws of all fifty states and the District of Columbia, assessing their impact on teens seeking protection from abusive relationships.
Here are the highlights from the 2010 State Law Report Cards: Thank you to the attorneys of Latham and Watkins, LLP and the University of Minnesota researchers who generously gave their time to this project.
After a few years off, Break the Cycle is back to work updating the State Law Report Cards. Obviously, some states have changed their laws since we published the 2010 State Law Report Cards.
If you know of a change or want an update on your state, email us at [email protected]
You will never win an argument This is an obvious point.
Law students aren’t throwing £9,000+ a year into a degree about arguing for nothing.
Even when you’re right, you’re probably still wrong.