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Practice Finance

‘I see legal finance moving into ubiquity,’ says litigation funding company co-COO

U.S. Supreme Court

$195K wasn’t enough to buy this item owned by Justice Ginsburg

Asked and Answered

Interested in trying AI to write? It’s as easy as opening a document

U.S. Supreme Court

Justice Thomas attended Koch network donor events, interacted with the brothers at retreats, report says

Law Firms

Sullivan & Cromwell’s history with FTX draws scrutiny as it racks up bankruptcy fees

Law Firms

Pillsbury confirms merger talks with this law firm

Criminal Justice

Ex-lawyer Alex Murdaugh, serving time for murder, pleads guilty to stealing from clients


After abrupt resignation, legal tech CEO faces groping allegations


As California changes ethics rules, surveyed lawyers express concern about integrity of the profession

Copyright Law

Grisham, other legal novelists among authors suing OpenAI for using their copyrighted work


Federal prosecutor’s office in rural Oklahoma struggles to hire attorneys for spiking caseloads

Personal Lives

Lawyer’s ‘dogged efforts’ led to scientific discovery that could help with chronic fatigue

My Path to Law

Protecting the citizens on the ground—both in Afghanistan and as a lawyer

Lawyer Pay

David Boies’ high hourly fees pale in comparison to request by lawyers suing Tesla

Law Schools

New law school targeting part-time students planned for Charlotte, North Carolina

Children & the Law

For 30 years, ABA Children’s Rights Litigation Committee has trained and supported kids’ lawyers


Federal appeals judge, 96, suspended after refusing to cooperate in mental fitness probe


Former law school dean, known for ensuring ‘people were treated equitably,’ dies after attending university event

Law Professors

Law prof parents of FTX founder used influence to enrich themselves, suit alleges


‘Precruiting’ and ‘exploding offers’ create stress for law students seeking summer associate jobs

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