...block it—hoped to minimize its impact with a $1 million media campaign aimed at the public. The goal was to persuade as many...
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Legal marketing is not a requisite component of the law school curriculum and it's certainly not anything conventionally and meaningfully addressed in summer associate programming. We need to address
The lines of people waiting outside the U.S. Supreme Court for days to hear arguments in the same-sex cases pointed up a disgrace: the notion that spectators have to camp out or spend money to see a
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