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  • Guide to economic indicators ** This Diary is filed daily *** ————————————————————- MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1 BUDAPEST – Conference in Hungary. Hungarian Central Bank Governor Gyorgy Matolcsy to give opening address and closing address. Speakers:- National Bank of Austria Governor Ewald Nowotny, European Central Bank Executive Board member Benoit Coeure, European Central Bank Governing Council member […]
  • Yesterday I discussed technology and innovation in the legal profession, offering some big-picture insights from the Thomson Reuters Innovation Summit that took place here in New York on Wednesday. In today’s follow-up post, I’ll offer a more granular view of innovation in legal tech, focusing on specific products discussed by TR at the Summit. Perhaps […]
  • * Five years later, and one of them enrolled at Yale Law, the kids of Tiger Mom, Amy Chua, plan to raise their own children the same way. [Today] * Rome self-censors for a state visit from Iranian president Hassan Rouhani. How, exactly, was this a good idea? [Popehat] * Should the ABA change accreditation […]
  • John Elwood reviews Monday’s relisted cases. With the Iowa caucuses just days away, you’re probably wondering if Relist Watch is endorsing a primary candidate. And having surveyed the field and studied the candidates’ positions on the issues in detail, our answer is: What’s a caucus? Sounds NSFW. But really, you should know us better than […]
  • While most other practices may start to lag in the wake of the market downturn, IP litigators might consider using this time to explore their options. Source:
  • Why do LSAT students need to learn how to meditate? Source:
  • Len Elmore has had an enviable career. Source:
  • What kind of a lawyer would bring a case like this? Source:
  • LONDON, Jan 29 (Reuters) – Only two cargoes of Angola’s oil were left, traders said on Friday, as buyers moved to load up before flat prices moved any higher. Source:
  • The European Union (EU) has announced €31.6 million in aid to bolster Ghana’s employment and social protection programmes, barely a year the European bloc supported the West African country with €190 million to improve service delivery. Source:
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