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...elected the 265th pope by the College of Cardinals in April 2005 after a papal conclave was convened...
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...Manhattan attorney Robert Feldman must take...from his former employer, Barnard College, where he worked as an...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Observing the Rajat Gupta trial was a different learning experience than a jobless 2L had planned: Marshals removed her from the courtroom after she sent the judge three unsolicited memos opining on
...A Manhattan federal judge has dismissed a class action lawsuit filed against Standard Chartered...
"Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2011, was intended to be a typical, hard-charging litigator's business day. I was scheduled to travel to Houston with the general counsel of the American subsidiary of a European
"I was talking with a co-worker when an attorney yelled, 'My friend said a plane just hit one of the Twin Towers in New York.' We did not think the incident was serious — just an inexperienced
In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, The Legal asked readers to send in their stories of where they were and how they felt that day. What follows is a sampling of the dozens of
...pieces he wrote while in college at Harvard including one pro...S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan, disavowed the writings. "I...
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