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The History of Law

Continuing with our educational month of reading this July, we wanted to give a brief overview of the history of […]

Most Important Legal Texts in American History Vol. V

Last time on the blog, we looked at even more of the important, foundational legal texts of the Modern America. […]

Most Important Legal Texts in American History Vol. IV

The ongoing tour through America’s historic legal library continues. Last time we focused solely on the U.S. Constitution (and still […]

Most Important Legal Texts in American History Vol. III

Back from our recent diversion to the kingdom of Babylon and its ruler Hammurabi’s code of laws, we are going […]

Most Important Legal Texts in American History Vol. II

Welcome back to the Van Norman law blog! With August on the horizon and schools getting back in session (including […]

Most Important Legal Texts in American History Vol. I

The United States may have been formed following the Revolutionary War but our legal history, the basis of our laws […]

Most Commonly Broken Laws Part 2

Welcome back to the Van Norman Law blog, where we discuss, educate, and examine an array of topics in the legal […]

Most Commonly Broken Laws Part 1

We’re all law-abiding citizens. We don’t commit crimes or break laws. At least that’s what we’d like to think. Sure, […]

Mandatory Sick-Leave

Employers in Arizona are facing a new requirement as of July 1st. It would benefit them greatly to know what […]

How Bills Become Laws in Arizona

Alright, this month of legislation education is almost up! We spent a lot of this month telling you about new […]