The editorial staff of The Legal Intelligencer understands that diversity is a continuing concern in the legal community. This discussion is a follow-up to one we held in 2011 that suggested concrete
...number of real-world training programs available...or local nonprofit organizations. For example, students...the city's health department. ...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...ancient as the world and older than...when a small organization was founded to...their safety, homes, health, families and civil...
As 2013 brings on a new year, things will very much remain the same in terms of law firms seeking lateral partner hires. The Wall Street Journal, American Bar Association and The American Lawyer, at
...plans to resign after...his advanced age and lingering health problems as the main reasons...
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
As Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney lifer Ronald Basso settles into his new role as head of longtime client Black Box Corp.'s legal department, his focus will be less on managing the company's legal funct
One of the toughest challenges new lawyers face when starting their careers is building a client base and a book of business. While not the first thing on a new lawyer's mind, you can almost be certa
...ranging from flight records to casino-employee lists and even Veterans Affairs health records. It is astonishing how far the government has advanced...
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