The Pedigree Problem: Are Law School Ties Choking the Profession?
The Law School Bubble: How Long Will It Last if Law Grads Can’t Pay Bills?
Law Job Stagnation May Have Started Before the Recession—And It May Be a Sign of Lasting Change
What America’s Lawyers Earn
10 Surprising Legal Markets
Search Lawyer Wage Data for Your County
Tech geeks gather to reinvent the law
Virtual law firm plans to multiply like magic
‘Law is broken.’ Will these legal tech gurus bring about change?
Why don’t law grads participate in loan repayment programs?
Law school’s ‘Debt Wizard’ breaks down loan repayment by cities and salaries
Now is the time to go to law school, at least in this state, dean says
Women partners shelve work-life balance talk, say money and power needed for real change
New lawyers and military veterans both benefit from school’s legal clinic
Is it worth the risk to hire lawyers from a failing firm?
New-model firm plans hiring spree, 50 to 100 lawyers a year
Drexel University’s Law School Takes Practical Training Online with LawMeets Course
It’s Not Just Money Fears Blocking Access to Legal Help; Lawyer Distrust Is Growing
Firms Wave Goodbye to Billing for Research Costs
A Debate on the Future of Legal Ed Breaks Down to the Real Versus the Ideal
When the Data Differs, Whose Jobs Stats Should Would-be Law Students Trust?
Florida Lawyer Starts Residency Program for Recent Grads
Law Prof’s Ideal, Affordable Law School Not Possible in Reality, Chemerinsky Says
Lesson from Dewey: Look Closely at Your Own Firm’s Finances
What Can the Real Rate Report Tell Us About the Value of Entry-Level Lawyers?
U of Denver’s Law School Takes an Extra Step Toward Transparency for Its Graduate Employment Data
When BigLaw Keeps Preferring Top-Tier Schools, Innovation Suffers
Law Students & Mentors Across the Globe Team Up to Develop New Approaches to the Legal Profession
What Risks Do Lawyers Face When Clients Keep Some Legal Tasks In-House Or Assign to Outside Vendors?
From Opposing Sides and in a Recession, Two Attorneys Form Their Own Firm
How Can You Make Sure Your Client Pays You What You’re Owed?
Listen Up! Law Deans and Professors Discuss the Law School Loan Crisis
Dean Says ‘Law School Bubble’ Was 25 Years in the Making
Law Deans and a Law Professor Respond to the ‘Law School Bubble’
Time to Be Gettin’ Business: Associates Should Gear Up Inside and Outside Networks
Lawyers say they like storing data online
Predictive coding is on the rise in courts
2013 raises to peak for midlevel associates at midsize firms
Should firms move to the cloud? Legal IT professionals are split
Who’s Up, Who’s Down in Partner Pay
Online Rain: Survey Says a Virtual Presence May Pay
An A for Alternatives: AFAs Are Here to Stay
Burgeoning Blogs: Can They Give BigLaw Firms an Edge?
Bad News Gets Worse: 2011 Grads Face Tightening Job Market
Reality Sinks in: Attitudes Have Changed About the Post-Recession Marketplace
‘Entry’ Fee: Surprise–Inexperienced Associates Cost More
Merger Momentum: 2010 Turnaround Continues in Firms’ Urge to Merge
A Meh Market: Surveys Reveal Slight Growth in Legal Revenues, Greater Growth in Expenses
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