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  • State court spokesperson says no rules are being broken. The post Ex-New York Top Judge Still Gets State-Funded Chauffeurs Despite Bouncing From The Job appeared first on Above the Law. Source: https://abovethelaw.com/2022/12/ex-new-york-top-judge-still-gets-state-funded-chauffeurs-despite-bouncing-from-the-job/
  • Out of all the entries received, 15 startups will be selected to participate in a live pitch competition that will be the opening event of this year’s TECHSHOW. The post Attention Startups: Applications Now Open For The ABA TECHSHOW 2023 Startup Alley And Pitch Competition appeared first on Above the Law. Source: https://abovethelaw.com/2022/12/attention-startups-applications-now-open-for-the-aba-techshow-2023-startup-alley-and-pitch-competition/
  • Many of us are aware that it is highly likely that the reason we receive invitations for coffee, lunch, happy hour, or fun events is not for who we are, but because we are a client or prospective client. The post The (Sometimes) Lonely Side Of In-House appeared first on Above the Law. Source: https://abovethelaw.com/2022/12/the-sometimes-lonely-side-of-in-house/
  • ShareEach weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. To suggest a piece for us to consider, email us at roundup@scotusblog.com. Here’s the Thursday morning read: Supreme Court presses DOJ in property rights battle (Marc Heller & Pamela King, E&E News) Supreme Court poised […]
  • ShareOne day after the Supreme Court refused to block the execution of Missouri inmate Kevin Johnson, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson released an opinion, joined by Justice Sonia Sotomayor, explaining the pair’s dissent from Tuesday’s ruling. In Jackson’s view, the justices should have put Johnson’s execution on hold because he had shown that the Missouri Supreme […]
  • There’s No Good Way To Conduct Layoffs: But at least Cooley is being transparent. On The Opposite End Of The Spectrum: McDermott announces bonuses. And Holwell Shuster. WashU Law Can’t Quit US News: Law students love a ranking after all. Jonathan Turley: Is back on his bullshit. Speaking Of Bullshit: The Wall Street Journal is […]
  • It is a huge issue. The post Biglaw’s Biggest Problem (According To Associates) appeared first on Above the Law. Source: https://abovethelaw.com/2022/11/biglaws-biggest-problem-according-to-associates/
  • ABA poised to eliminate standardized testing requirement… but should it? The post To Test Or Not To Test appeared first on Above the Law. Source: https://abovethelaw.com/2022/11/to-test-or-not-to-test/
  • As a whole, the email in question should not be taken seriously because Whittier Law School no longer exists. The post ‘Dean Of Whittier Law School’ Announces Its Total Withdrawal From The U.S. News Rankings, And Pretty Much Every Other Ranking Too appeared first on Above the Law. Source: https://abovethelaw.com/2022/11/dean-of-whittier-law-school-announces-its-total-withdrawal-from-the-u-s-news-rankings-and-pretty-much-every-other-ranking-too/
  • Memo to lawyers: Please don’t ruin the holidays with more work. The post Lawyers Shouldn’t Schedule Nonessential Matters Between Thanksgiving And New Year’s Eve appeared first on Above the Law. Source: https://abovethelaw.com/2022/11/lawyers-shouldnt-schedule-nonessential-matters-between-thanksgiving-and-new-years-eve/
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