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Some lawyers with fabulous credentials eat like a person whose mastery of eating utensils came to an abrupt stop at the age of 3. It might be time to get a refresher course on basic table etiquette
'What's with the three layers of tank tops and the frilly skirt? Somebody, cut up her Forever 21 credit card!' 'She looks so dumpy. Really, doesn't she know there are other stores besides Talbots?' M
Fordham Law School dean decamps for Georgetown; other deans on the move; UT Law School has bones to bury
Nobody likes them, yet annual performance reviews have become as inevitable (and as welcomed) as death and taxes. Even management experts say they are meaningless and demoralizing. So why does everyo
Not everyone is rushing to go to law school. Some of the most sought-after college grads would rather get a job at Teach for America. But that could be a great career strategy, because firms love TFA
...on the basis of its choice of computer? London-based Eversheds has signed a deal to provide its lawyers with Apple iPads, according...
As Wall Street's woes continue, Law.com presents ongoing coverage of the financial meltdown from across the globe, with updates on the firms handling the bankruptcies, the fate of in-house legal team
...Only six months ago at a New York conference sponsored by Eversheds, more than 80 percent of senior in-house counsel attendees said they...
...Only six months ago at a New York conference sponsored by Eversheds, over 80 percent of senior in-house counsel attendees said they believed...
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