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Attorney Nicholas Primrose Addresses Recent Graduates

On Friday, May 22, 2015, the Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law held its commencement ceremony for the Class of 2015. Among the crowd was our attorney, Nicholas Primrose, who attended as part of the Dean’s Party as the President of the Barry Law Alumni Chapter. Ninth Circuit Court Judge Alice L. Blackwell was the commencement speaker. After the graduates had their traditional doctoral hoods placed, Mr. Primrose was honored to speak to the newest Barry Law Alums. His speech stressed the importance of remaining close with your fellow classmates and reminiscing throughout the years about the memories made during law school. He shared memories he has from his time as a law student and certain classes and subjects. He advised the crowd, “Today, you renew your pledge to be proud examples of our alma mater through your generosity, service to the community, and the utmost ethical, respectful,…
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Attorney Primrose Published in Barry Law Review

Our own Attorney, Nicholas Primrose, was one of the authors in the Spring 2014 Barry Law Review which was recently released in hard copy.  His article, titled “Has Society Become Tolerant of Further Infringement on First Amendment Rights?” is both informative and thought provoking.  You can read the article through either of the links above, or find a physical copy of the Barry Law Review where available.

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A Tale of Two Lovers: Legal Ramifications of STDs

What are my options if someone gives me a STD? This question may not have had any significance 10 or 20 years ago, however in the past few years more and more claims of battery and negligence in infecting another individual with a sexually transmissible disease have come to light. According to the Center for Disease Control’s “STD Trends Fact Sheet,” the CDC estimates “nearly 20 million new sexually transmitted infections occur every year in this country, half among young people ages 15-24.” On April 1, 2015, the 4th District Court of Appeal issued a decision in Lopez v. Clarke, “a tale of two lovers.” Monica Lopez sued John Clarke claiming that he gave her genital herpes, that he concealed he had an STD and now she suffers because of the disease. “Both denied having the virus prior to their relationship. Both said they were faithful to each other. Both…
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