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Seating is limited for would-be lawyers taking the Tennessee bar exam in July, so the Tennessee Board of Law Examiners has taken the unprecedented step... [Read More]
Mike Harmon, the Kentucky auditor of public accounts, announced Thursday that his audit findings for three prosecutors' offices will be referred to the FBI and... [Read More]
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Thursday night to stay court-ordered sex reassignment surgery for a transgender inmate. [Read More]
Ari Kaplan recently spoke with Matt Homann, the founder of Filament, a company that designs and facilitates virtual and in-person meetings, about how to navigate... [Read More]
Texas Southern University's Thurgood Marshall School of Law remains out of compliance with an ABA admissions standard, according to a notice posted Wednesday by the... [Read More]
For weeks, larger law firms have been announcing layoffs, furloughs and pay cuts. The impact is widespread, with the legal services sector losing 64,000 jobs... [Read More]
Ohio lawyer William Matthew Tinch says he's thankful for second chances after being indefinitely suspended Wednesday following "increasingly erratic" behavior and client neglect. [Read More]
Yale Law Women's latest report on top law firms for gender and family friendliness is taking a new approach, with more categories and more opportunities... [Read More]
On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court temporarily blocked the House Judiciary Committee from seeing grand jury materials referenced in the report by former special counsel... [Read More]
Seth Harding is working as a law clerk at the Beasley Allen Law Firm in its Montgomery, Alabama, office and studying for the state bar. [Read More]
Devices designed to measure a person's temperature from afar have been touted as a way to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus. But the... [Read More]
"I'm going to have to lower my fees." This thought hovered in my mind as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. I suspect many lawyers had... [Read More]
The six recipients of this year's Silver Gavel Awards for Media and the Arts shine a light into little explored corners of the legal system,... [Read More]
A New York lawyer who failed to show up for oral arguments will have to pay his opponent's attorney fees for the time that he... [Read More]
A Missouri inmate who was executed Tuesday evening had continued to maintain his innocence up until his final breaths. [Read More]
An Iowa lawyer described as a "superb advocate" has been suspended for overbilling the state public defender for her legal services and car mileage. [Read More]
Irell & Manella is changing focus after a string of departures cut gross revenue by 39% over a five-year period. [Read More]
A California judge has received a public admonishment for making inappropriate remarks about litigious parents and referencing religion during a family law proceeding. [Read More]
Potential jurors were questioned in Texas on Monday in what may be the first Zoom jury trial during the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
Lowell, Massachusetts, lawyer Ilya Liviz says he did respond to the bar counsel's request for information in a bar inquiry, and that response was adequate. [Read More]
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