Originally Published: The American Lawyer
When law professor Kathleen Sullivan joined the upstart Quinn Emanuel in 2005, it wasn't clear that this unusual pairing would work. It has
Welcome to our 12th annual Lawyers on the Fast Track supplement! We take this opportunity each year to shine a light on the next generation of Pennsylvania attorneys, those who are already making an
Build the in-house department at Aaron's Inc., and they will come; and other Moves
... College: Univ. of San Diego, B.A., French and international relations, 1996 Clerkships: Jane Bruskin Cantor, J.S...
In his Immigration Law column, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy partner Michael D. Patrick writes: While the Supreme Court's decision in 'United States v. Windsor' was an enormous step forward for
In her Securities Regulation column, Roberta S. Karmel, Centennial Professor of Law and codirector of the Dennis J. Block Center for the Study of International Business Law at Brooklyn Law School, wr
...U.S. Senators John Cornyn and Ted Cruz, Republicans of Texas, today announced their bipartisan Federal Judicial Evaluation Committee, which will...
...s "Gang of Eight," comprised of four Democrats and four Republicans who have agreed to a basic yet broad set of principles which...
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