April 16, 2019

From Trust to Betrayal, Power of the Puerto Rican Voice

  They say in life it’s the ones you love that hurt you the most. That accurately applies to Puerto Rico’s recovery effort after Hurricane María […]
June 28, 2018

White Privilege in the Wake of Hurricane Maria

As a young lawyer, fresh out of law school, I have the passion and need to give back to the community that I am a part […]
March 23, 2018

The Jones Act: The Modern Day Intolerable Act

By Mark Berrios-Ayala, Esq. The Jones Act (officially the Merchant Marine Act of 1920) is an act that every Puerto Rican should know and understand.[1] Specifically, […]