...there. The 333 new associates in this, the Law Journal’s 2013 yearbook, are a 2.7 percent increase over...
...part because Emory publishes the only student-run bankruptcy journal, called the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal. Unlike other Supreme Court clinics, Emory...
The past year saw a continued resurgence in new partners at New Jersey firms, which, if not quite as robust as the year before, still held its own as an indicator that the firms are sanguine about ex
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Immigration lawyer Anton Mertens has left Smith Gambrell & Russell, where he headed the business immigration practice, to join Burr & Forman as a partner
...firms meeting or exceeding pre-2008 levels. The Law Journal's annual yearbook of new-associates this year shows 324...
The Law Journal's yearly album of profiles of rising stars in the New Jersey legal profession ... all under 40
Like water seeking its own level, new partnerships rose this year to 150 — their prerecession average. It was as strong a resurgence as the earlier fall-off was precipitous
...education, experience and capabilities to their employers. We at the Law Journal wish them and their firms success. &mdash...
The Law Journal's annual look at 40 promising young professionals in New Jersey's legal community, with biographies and photographs
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