...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...
Athletes lose; so do lawyers. How should we handle losing? What does it teach us? Michael P. Maslanka says he has tried a lot of cases, and he has lost some. He tells what he learned
...In Tough Job Market, Law Grads Use J.D...
An employee who investigates an EEOC complaint engages in protected activity, says Cooley's Connie Bertram. But does protected activity include self-help discovery, such as taking and downloading doc
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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
...the rise of so-called "contract attorneys" -- essentially temps with JDs. They work for roughly $20- to $40-an-hour on often monotonous...
...The majority, or 133 of the 146 new partners, received their JDs between 1994 and 2000. Twenty-four of the new partners graduated from...
The number of new-partner promotions at Texas' large firms took a jump backward for 2006, but the percentages of minority and female partners promoted increased, when compared with the previous year
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