... From left: Paragian; Timothy Ford, Einhorn Harris mentor to the club; Einhorn; club members Elyse Halpern, Asritha Guduru, Joy Xie...
Notice to the bar
Why law firms should invest time and money in social and charitable causes, as well as community involvement—it pays off in many ways
...years of their careers. All young professionals will meet regularly with their mentors, and this relationship will continue all the way through their careers until...
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Brown, a labor and employment partner and chief diversity officer at Edwards WildmanPalmer in Madison, is the uncontested nominee for the presidency of the ABA in 2015
Louis H. Miron, a Cranford solo, was sworn-in as president of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation
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