...The Am Law Dailys story about the results included comments from survey...
Everyone talks about the student debt crisis, but the proposals gaining support would make the problem worse without getting at its root cause
I'm often critical of many law school deans. But when one of them gets something right, let's give credit where it's due
Average partner profit figures posted by large law firms have lost much of their value as a way of measuring anything meaningful about those firms. The metric that's really worth focusing on—th
Devising new ways to entice unsuspecting young people to enroll in law school doesn't qualify as bringing innovation to legal education
Average profits per partner has become a guiding metric among large law firms. But as a valid measure of anything that matters—financially or otherwise—it is increasingly irrelevant
The billable hour regime thrives because some clients think it serves them well. In theory, they may be correct; in practice, those clients are kidding themselves
...Lowenstein Sandler to advise on the potential transaction, The Am Law Daily has learned. Though Cerberus spent the past several years...
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