...for public defenders throughout the South—has launched its Law School Partnership Project, whereby law schools commit to funding a recent graduate to work...
...fraudulent concealment claims brought by XpertUniverse Inc., a tech start-up whose partnership with Cisco soured in the mid-2000s. XU alleged that...
A close look at the proposed combination of Patton Boggs and Locke Lord suggests there are reasons beyond mere size for both firms to consider joining forces
Clients that a new partner might bring along are critical, but firms need to dig deeper to get the right fit
Ropes & Gray partner Diane Patrick took the stand in former associate John Ray III's employment retaliation case on Tuesday to explain why she changed her deposition testimony about whether Ray had i
...North Carolina history, Edwards, 60, said Monday in an interview with The National Law Journal that practicing law is "what I was born to...
Lawyers from Wiley Rein who successfully challenged the Voting Rights Act before the U.S. Supreme Court want the government to pay $2 million in legal fees. Plus more in this week's column
Arizona's only private law school has changed its name, effective immediately. The change is accompanied by a new website, logo and advertising campaign
...through various practice groups and, after several years, promoted the best to partnership. Compensation was lockstep, increasing with each passing year at the firm, and...
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