...hiring decisions look at grades first when considering young lawyers and recent JDs. Grades are the best indicator of how disciplined, intelligent and hard-working...
Originally Published: Texas Lawyer
...but never passed a bar exam; this amounts to one in 10 JDs and the risk falls disparately on black, Hispanic, and Asian law school...
The University of Chicago Law School has received a $10 million donation from Carlyle Group L.P. co-founder and university trustee David Rubenstein
A nearly two-year-long public brawl between Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman and a former partner it fired for sexual harassment could be quieting down now that a Manhattan Supreme Court judge has d
The former head of intellectual property at Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman sexually harassed at least 12 female employees at the firm - including making advances on seven of them in one night - be
Jeremy Pitcock, the former head of intellectual property at Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman who was fired in December for inappropriate conduct, filed a defamation lawsuit against the firm Thursday
...comprised 47 percent of total JD enrollment and 48 percent of total JDs awarded. Unfortunately, the similarity among women and men in the legal profession...
It's no secret that many corporate counsel are fed up with high outside counsel costs. Business pressures to cut legal costs, coupled with outrage over rising associate salaries, have led to some cor
It used to be common for defendants accused of securities fraud to discount the threat of a jury trial. After all, as reported in the Sacramento Business Journal, back in 1962, most federal civil tri
Clarence Darrow is dead and the rest of you are fungible," said David Machlowitz, senior vice president, general counsel and secretary for Medco Health Solutions Inc., in Franklin Lakes, N.J. He prov
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