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Oof, The Gap Between Earnings And Student Debt At This Law School Is Alarming
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Examining The Bar Exam, Again
Given the tech issues with the bar exam last week, it's time to think again - or still - depending upon which adjective you choose, about the exam: what it should look like, what it should test, and how quickly can changes be made (keep dreaming) to make the bar exam look like what the new lawyers need to know and do to hit the ground running.
Woman-Led Remote Litigation Startup Raises $1 Million Seed Round
Lightning Law Technologies, a Seattle startup developing software for remote testimony and legal proceedings, has raised a $1 million seed, which the company will use to accelerate development of its platform.
Justice Department Is Investigating Phoenix Police After Reports Of Excessive Force
Protesters rally in June of last year in Phoenix demanding that the Phoenix City Council defund the Phoenix Police Department.
ABA Survey: Lawyers Are Stressed Out
Survey statistics from a recently released survey conducted by the American Bar Association show that lawyers were stressed out before the onset of COVID-19, and the pandemic has only made things worse.
Of Coffee And Conception: Retaining Good Attorneys Through Their Fertility Challenges
To address the lack of gender diversity in the upper echelons of the legal profession, top firms and corporations have bolstered family-friendly benefits, such as extended parental leave, flexible hours, hybrid or remote work, and childcare supplements.
Trump Legal Brain Trust Won't Block Jan 6 Probe, Wouldn't Mind If Former DOJ Minions Did It For Them Though
On Monday, Donald Trump's lawyer Doug Collins fired off a nastygram to multiple former Justice Department Officials greenlighting their testimony in a House investigation of the events leading up to the January 6 Insurrection.
Some Partners Pretty Pissed About Davis Polk's Mandatory Vaccination Policy
I guess [Davis Polk] didn't get the memo about America being the land of the free and home of the brave.
Law School Professor Sues Over Vaccine Mandate, Because Of Course He Does
To dispense with whatever minuscule doubt the reader may have, this is obviously a story about George Mason University Law School.
Bar Tabs: This Round Is On Me
There are several signs of a good friend. Most people agree dollar should not be one of them.