Month: March 2021

Another Day, Another Large Stack Of Dollars — See Also

March 31, 2021

Bonuses: Freshfields, Cadwalader, Clifford Chance, Fried Frank, Winston & Strawn, Schulte, and Orrick. I Am Once Again Asking For Your Vote: What’s the most epic Zoom fail of the pandemic? Test, Test: LSAT scores are up! Remaining Silent Is Still An Option: Matt Gaetz had a lot to say about the DOJ’s investigation into his […]

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Omega ‘PregnancyCare’ Surrogacy Insurance Scandal Moves Offshore, And The Outlook For Victims Is Grim

March 31, 2021

The liquidator painted a grim picture for intended parents left holding the bag on hefty medical bills.

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The Law Schools Flying Up The Rankings

March 31, 2021

These law schools had a great year.

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Justices employ full-court press in dispute over college athlete compensation

March 31, 2021

With just a few days until college basketball begins its “Final Four” to crown the men’s and women’s champion, the attention at the Supreme Court on Wednesday turned to college sports. The spotlight was often harsh, with several justices openly criticizing the state of elite… The post Justices employ full-court press in dispute over college […]

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Court Reduces An Attorney’s Fees Award By $180,000 Due To Uncivil Conduct

March 31, 2021

If civility will play a bigger role in litigation, there should be some definitions on what constitutes uncivil behavior.

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Legal Nonprofits Could Lead In Nuking The Counterproductive Mythos Of The 40-Hour Workweek

March 31, 2021

Just because lawyers in private practice have a garbage culture around work-life balance and must suffer the albatross of the billable hour doesn’t mean that everyone else should have to.

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What Does It Mean To Be A Market Leader?

March 31, 2021

Keeping up with the competition matters.

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Staff Attorneys Are Treated As Second-Class Lawyers At Some Firms

March 31, 2021

Staff attorneys are lawyers just like traditional associates of a law firm and administrators should treat them more like how they treat other attorneys at a shop.

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