Business of Law

Criminal Justice

Alleged ‘office creeper’ charged in law firm burglary and other thefts

Solos/Small Firms

Georgia state bar to launch lawyer incubator program

Law Practice Management

Paul Hastings to put junior lawyers in cubicles in NYC office, but they will at least have windows

Criminal Justice

North Dakota legalizes weaponized drones for police use

Work-Life Balance

‘New Law’ offers alternatives to lawyers fed up with long hours of BigLaw, report says

Legal Technology

Corporate legal departments are more likely than others to click on phishing emails, study finds


This dog helped sniff out porn evidence against Jared Fogle

The New Normal

3 reasons firms are starting to embrace ‘prudent innovation’

Law Firms

Benesch opens Chicago office, plans additional growth there and elsewhere


Divorce lawyers expect surge in clients after hackers dump data from Ashley Madison dating site


Federal judiciary considers dumping ‘ancient documents’ rule


Unconscious bias, exclusion from networks lead to dearth of minority law firm partners, prof says

Civil Rights

Police brutality cases are said to be a ‘cottage industry’ for plaintiffs lawyers

Legal Ethics

Strapped for cash to start a law firm? Crowdfunding may be permissible, ethics opinion says

Law Firms

Bankruptcy trustee seeks clawback of bonuses paid before before law firm closed


Police lack policies for use of facial recognition on suspects, NY Times says

Law Firms

Law firm’s suit claims former partner violated deal to pay $200K if appeals court ruled against him

Legal Ethics

Lawyer who billed clients for watching true-crime shows is suspended

The New Normal

Learn how to balance efficiency with your level of service—or miss opportunities

Health Law

King & Spalding to open in Sacramento with 8-lawyer team from DLA Piper