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by David A. Cain, Esq. Reprinted with permission of the author. Originally appeared in Times of San Diego on February 19, 2015. What place do Unmanned Aerial Systems (“UAS”, commonly—if imprecisely—referred to as “drones”) have a place in our American … Read More »
From the Wild West to the National Airspace System: Roadmap for Integration of Unmanned Aircraft into the National Airspace System By David Cain, J.D.1 I. History of Aviation – Unde Vinimus A. Unmanned Aviation i. Early Unmanned Efforts: From Tethered … Read More »
Running in DC Running in DC is no small feat. Be ready to hit the ground running because the traffic, the city, the history will not stop for you. It is a sprinter’s city. It is a point-to-point sprint. It … Read More »
Legal.com, May 19, 2013
Imagine the transition from law student to lawyer – the thoughts of all those bright minds, having studied for years to earn their Juris Doctorate degree. And now, living with the anxiety of the day when their California Bar Exam results will surely arrive. Penned below, the remembrances of one such lawyer.
Flight, Fear, and the Surety of Imminent Death:
Awaiting California Bar Exam Results
David A. Cain, JD. California Western School of Law ’13
The nightmares started the week before bar results posted.
The California bar exam is notoriously difficult and my subconscious started sending up nightly reminders how slim my chances were, how many eggs I had loaded into this basket, and how easily I could lose my grip on it.
Each morning started at around 5 AM when my eyes would shoot open …