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Law Firms

Legal industry loses 1,700 jobs in March


Trump nominee to DC Circuit was rated ‘not qualified’ by ABA for trial court judgeship

Law Firms

Some law firms delay start of summer associate programs because of novel coronavirus

Access to Justice

Legal aid programs likely to be hard hit by drop in IOLTA funds, group warns

News Roundup

Afternoon Briefs: Seyfarth withdraws after controversial filing; law firm scammer seeks release

Law Firms

We worked harder than today’s young lawyers, nearly half of surveyed partners say

Law Firms

BigLaw pay cuts and layoffs are likely to multiply, experts say; which firms are doing it?

U.S. Supreme Court

Chemerinsky: SCOTUS Comcast case is a serious loss for civil rights

Public Health

Above the Law founder David Lat is being discharged after COVID-19 battle

Law Schools

NYU Law Review wins dismissal of suit challenging its racial and gender preferences

News Roundup

Afternoon Briefs: Athletes aim for law school; lawsuits target Zoom over Facebook sharing

Labor & Employment

US agencies have to stop transferring, promoting alleged sexual harassers, report says


Pryor Cashman furloughs some associates during coronavirus crisis

Law Firms

Baker Donelson temporarily cuts pay, furloughs some employees because of COVID-19

Public Health

5th Circuit allows Texas to enforce abortion ban during pending appeal

Bar Exam

New York bar exam planned for September; Hawaii postpones exam, too

News Roundup

Afternoon Briefs: Ex-BigLaw partner gets home jailing for COVID-19 risk; lawsuit sees immigration-court safety risk

Lawyer Pay

Cadwalader cuts pay, pauses partner distributions because of coronavirus financial impact

Privacy Law

FBI secret wiretap applications had errors and made assertions lacking factual backup, audit says

Public Health

Law prof suggests COVID-19 will gradually weaken, spars with reporter who questions theory

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