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The Working World and How Law Firms Lag behind It

The Working World and How Law Firms Lag behind It Summary: If law firms are to survive, they need to change their business culture. + read more


The Science of Recruiting Lateral Partners

The Science of Recruiting Lateral Partners Summary: More and more law firms are relying on specific data analyses as they make hiring decisions. + read more


Law Firms under Pressure to Change

Law Firms under Pressure to Change Summary: In a time of increasing economic change, how can law firms keep up? + read more


What’s happening with the Texas Voter ID Law

What’s happening with the Texas Voter ID Law The Texas Voter ID Law is in the center of a national debate for right or wrong reasons according to how you view it. However, political camps have been blasting each other over what is essentially a legal issue, but with wide political ramifications. Especially so, because this is the election year, and because several other states have proposed or pending litigation in the same or similar lines as the Texas Voter ID Law. On Friday, a three-judge federal panel (some people have already pointed out two of the three are Democrat appointees) suggested that the legislation would disproportionately hurt racial minorities. + read more


Rearranging the Chairs on Titanic’s Deck: NYC Bar Association Creates Task Force to Study Legal Market

Rearranging the Chairs on Titanic’s Deck: NYC Bar Association Creates Task Force to Study Legal Market It’s everywhere in the news that the New York City Bar Association is forming a brilliant task force to study the legal job market. According to Carey Dunne, the president of the NYC bar association, the ostensible job of the task force would be to assess whether the weak job market is primarily a result of temporary factors, or whether it reflects a more permanent shift in the law industry. One thing is sure, as Dunne says, “I’m sure there’s no simple answer.” But as a commenter on the Wall Street Journal post mentioning the news indicated caustically, “the committee’s recommendations will amount to rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.” + read more


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