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Lawyer Burnout And The Finish Line Problem
a former Sullivan & Cromwell attorney turned psychotherapist. He holds degrees from Harvard, NYU Law, and The Hunter College School of Social Work, and he blogs at The People’s Therapist. His books — ... read more
What Being a Lawyer is Really Like
Awhile back, I wrote about what law school is really like ... But I would warn any would be lawyer to be really careful that they don’t take a first job that will give them a bad reputation with any p... read more
What can 'Better Call Saul' teach us about the importance of a lawyer's reputation?
You’ll get a bad reputation. Attorneys ... dedicate a law library in his brother’s name. But all of these actions come from a place of disingenuousness. As a last-ditch effort, he assists in providing ... read more
Here's What Stood Out About the Trump Family's Taxes, According to 2 Former Federal Tax Lawyers
Authorities investigating the matter are likely to focus on claims where fraud could potentially be established, according to Scott Schumacher, a professor of law at the University of Washington Schoo... read more
Howard Law Prof Sues School for Denying Him Due Process in Title IX Shakedown
Howard University law professor Reginald Robinson found himself dealing with fallout for including a question on an exam about a potential legal issue stemming from a fictional Brazilian wax service g... read more
David Scaife claims conflict of interest by lawyer in family trust dispute
Suffice it to say that petitioners fired the first salvo, alleging that the trustees acted in bad ... lawyer. Speaking generally about conflicts of interest and not about this specific case, Deborah R... read more
If John Edwards Were To Represent Himself, Would He Have a Fool for a Client?
John Edwards’ attorney ... a law professor’s statement that “a pro se defense is usually a bad defense.” A 2007 study, the first of its kind, seriously challenged these aphorisms. Professor Erica Hash... read more
13 (Horrible) Reasons Why You’re Still At Your Law Firm
He went to Penn Law (’05), worked at Mayer Brown and Kirkland as a corporate associate, then toured as a comedian, wrote and produced a few hit TV shows… and is now trying to help lawyers find their . ... read more
Bad News For The Class Of 2008
now 29 and an attorney with a medium-size firm doing mostly civil litigation in Des Moines, Iowa. A bad economy had pushed Joe to go to law school in the first place. When he got his bachelor’s degree ... read more
Laura de Force Gordon, Pioneering Newspaper Publisher, Lawyer, and Suffragist
That was just the first hurdle Gordon and Foltz had to leap over to begin their law careers. Although they were now technically permitted to work as attorneys, and no specific rule prevented their law ... read more
He went from outsider to cocaine kingpin at this elite prep school
It was tough,” Oatis, now 49 and a lawyer in Connecticut ... University of Virginia Law Library “I was scared s–tless.” Oatis says. “It was one dude who looked like something out of a bad movie. He ha... read more
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E-Discovery Sanctions Reach All-Time High for Litigants and Lawyers
Before 2009, the highest number of sanctions awarded against lawyers in a single year was five, in 2008 and 2007. “Sanction motions and sanction awards for e-discovery violations have been trending ev... read more
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