Careers

Careers

Women who ask for raises tend to be disliked, while men may ‘get a pass on swagger,’ law prof says

Careers

‘Competition cohort’ makes it a great time to go to law school, says Dinsmore managing partner

Careers

‘Life is not linear’: McDermott partner who left law practice in 1997 regains partnership

Women in the Law

At several DC firms, more women than men are promoted to partner

Religious Law

Vatican names former sex-crimes prosecutor to lead appellate board for priests accused of abuse

Careers

BigLaw lawyer gives up law practice for organic farming

Obituaries

Former chairman of Pepper Hamilton dies at 72

Careers

Want to appear smart? Pretentious language and a poker face don’t work

Law Professors

Well-known law prof battles stigma of chronic fatigue syndrome by going public

Lawyer Pay

Does ‘martyr mentality’ of nonprofit lawyers keep salaries low?

Careers

Working longer hours is associated with heavier drinking, study finds

Careers

SCOTUS clerk became stay-at-home dad, noted ‘raised eyebrows’ when applying to law firms

First Amendment

State lawyer fired for anti-gay blog posts can’t collect unemployment pay, appeals court rules

Careers

Husband swears in wife as he retires and she takes his seat on the bench

Business of Law

After losing BigLaw jobs, ex-Skadden associates form own firm, join Dentons as partners

Careers

‘Notorious RBG’ biography in the works will be co-authored by blog creator

Obituaries

Hundreds turn out for funeral of former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo

Careers

After retiring as federal judge, Illinois jurist relishes his return to the state trial court bench

Law Firms

Ogletree Deakins opens new office in Milwaukee

Asked and Answered

Linda Greenhouse and Jonathan Turley discuss the courts and the press (podcast with transcript)