Work/Life Balance

Kirkland & Ellis to offer ‘emotional fitness’ training at all law firm offices

Civil Rights

Judge who wrote NYC’s stop-and-frisk rulings says opposition by city leaders was ‘all about fear’


‘Uncle Sam, Esq.’ employs more than 25,000 lawyers

Women in the Law

Burned out BigLaw lawyer vents about glass ceiling on Reddit

Opening Statements

Loyola Chicago morphs its evening JD program into a weekend one

10 Questions

10 Questions: Groundbreaking transgender judge happily passes the torch in post-Caitlyn age


Pharmacist credits amputations with leading him to a career in emerging field of health law

Your ABA

ABA Nominating Committee picks candidates for top 4 leadership positions

Asked and Answered

Want to stop bias in the workplace? Here are some constructive tips (podcast with transcript)

Work-Life Balance

Wayne State law dean runs Boston Marathon in just over 6 hours, while 8 months pregnant


Women lawyers at Wall Street firms are rarely partners, study finds


Off-duty time with Legal Eagles recreational hockey team set lawyer on path to become an NHL coach

Internet Law

Monitoring of my Twitter account showed racial bias, state lawyer says in labor complaint

Labor & Employment

Farmers Insurance to pay $5.8M to settle discrimination suit by female claims litigators

Law in Popular Culture

Lawyer’s screenplay about Thurgood Marshall’s early life begins filming next month

Law Firms

Kenyon & Kenyon is neither canceling nor guaranteeing its summer associate program

U.S. Supreme Court

Group of deaf lawyers will be sworn in to Supreme Court bar


Robert MacCrate, former ABA president, dies at age 94


‘Queen of pro bono’ Esther Lardent dies at age 68


Retired lawyer, 95, worked at ‘Tokyo Trials’ as legal secretary after WWII, knew Japanese leaders