Starting in January, prosecutors must disclose more information to criminal-defense lawyers. What are the state's elected prosecutors doing to prepare to comply with the Michael Morton Act, named aft
Kathleen J. Wu, a partner in Andrews Kurth in Dallas, discusses a notorious memo leaked from United Kingdom-based Clifford Chance. The memo, which reportedly only went to the firm's female associates
...school students were female in the United States, according to nonprofit organization Catalyst's "Quick Take: Women in Law in the U.S...
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Originally Published: The Recorder
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