The candidates seeking to be secretary of the New Jersey State Bar Association discussion their leadership skills and vision for the future
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...Workforce Development began an investigation. It eventually notified Crest and its chief executive officer that their ad violated N.J.S.A. 34:8B-1...
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With the 2014 partner promotion season in full swing across The Am Law 200, a handful of firms—Cleary, Edwards Wildman, Gibson Dunn, Locke Lord and Stroock—stuck out by failing to elevate
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