From Life Behind Bars To Becoming Opposing Counsel: How Sentencing Reform Can Shape The Law

There are many a motivational poster with the sentiment “You are bigger than your past” somewhere…

As Global Legal Markets Shift, Is the Legal Profession Witnessing the End of an Era?

The global industry is never really static. But we have been witnessing major shifts around the…

Attorney behind Montana’s stream access cases discusses career at Montana State University event | Environment

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Malpractice Suits in Illinois Can Recoup Past Punitive Damages

Legal malpractice plaintiffs in Illinois can recover for punitive damages they incurred due to attorney negligence,…

When should someone convicted of a federal crime be able to register as a state lobbyist on Beacon Hill?

After a summer recess, the Supreme Judicial Court, the state’s highest court, will again hear cases…

John Roberts Gets Called Out By His Former Harvard Law School Professor

(Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) Looks like lots of folks are comparing and contrasting the recent…

Why young lawyers have had enough

When the fresh-eyed graduate eventually walks through the doors of a private practice, they will often…

Snap’s Legal Cuts Likely Not Sign of Carnage to Come, Recruiters Say

Experts on the in-house legal market say they don’t think the recent deep layoffs at Snap,…

Think Twice About Working for a ‘Climate Villain’

A few years ago, I attended a federal court hearing about the Dakota Access Pipeline. The…

A year after El Salvador made Bitcoin legal tender, things don’t look good

Last year, El Salvador made international headlines when its leader, Nayib Bukele, announced that it’d be…