Hi, everyone! Corrie here.
Some of you know that I spent roughly six years of my career as an attorney for a Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. It was an honor, not only because I came to love the Court's history and to admire the Court at its best (during my time there, the Court issued decisions revolutionizing several areas of law, in my view, for the better), but also because I had the privilege to spend my days working on difficult, important, legal questions for judges who were dedicated to deciding them deliberately, fairly, and honestly.
That's why when I left my service with the Court to start Woods Law Offices, and consequently spent less time pondering thorny issues of constitutional jurisprudence and more time pondering billing, I couldn't help but miss the work. Also, I was shocked to see that there is, at present, no consistently updated blog covering the Court and its decisions.
That's why I'm proud to announce the launch of SCOPABlog, dedicated to covering the Court and its caseload. In addition to basic coverage of the Court's docket, I'll be sharing features authored by myself and guests on particularly interesting cases before the Court.
As we continue developing the blog, I look forward to hearing your comments and suggestions, and, hopefully, to your contributions. In the meantime, please enjoy.
Disclaimer: The information provided on this blog is for informational and research purposes only and should not be construed as establishing a legal representational relationship between you and its author, or Woods Law Offices PLLC, in any way. If you have a legal problem, you should contact an attorney to discuss establishing such a relationship and obtaining such advice.