...than by naming the courtroom after him because he got "great joy" from his work in STAR court. "He was an absolute...
...Anderson by naming the courtroom after him because he got "great joy" from his work in STAR court. "He was...
Here's Michael Maslanka's annual summer reading list -- from love to business to war. So, don a Hawaiian shirt, rub in some sun screen, and fire up the e-reader
One young attormey's reflections on the challenges and struggles — but also the joys and ultimate rewards — of building his own practice
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
Joy Martini and Nancy Rowe, legal marketing and communications specialists with Martini Consulting, write: Client development will be a primary driver of a student's professional success, however, le
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Associates are ultimately responsible for developing mentor-mentee relationships, and having more than one is a plus, explain McKenna Long attorneys
Originally Published: The Recorder
...to wake up to. Confirmation of bias is an underappreciated source of joy. I relish any piece of information that reinforces my preconceptions. Four stories...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
If it weren't for an inspirational criminal-justice professor, Robb Catalano may never have gone to law school, become a prosecutor and eventually assumed the bench of Tarrant County Criminal Distric
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