Need a lawyer but can’t afford one? ‘Intangible Lawyer’ could help
Pricey lawyers may be out of reach for many people, but the illusion may be affordable.
Robert Ambrogi’s LawSites has this April 1 news… More
Welcome to the future: A travel guide to tomorrow’s legal careers
The current state of the legal market probably feels unsettling, disorienting, and downright irritating to you. If so, then it might help to know that… More
A turning point for law schools? As studies are cited, law prof bets not one will close
University of California at Berkeley law professor Steven Davidoff Solomon is so confident about the future of law schools that he has a bet that… More
Is being humble a good trait for workers? Google’s hiring chief answers yes and explains why
If you want to hire good workers, look for people who are smart, conscientious and humble, according to Google’s human resources chief.
Laszlo Bock, who… More
Stop efforts to close Sweet Briar, lawsuits by county attorney and alumna urge Virginia court
Echoing arguments made by unhappy alumnae about the planned closing of Sweet Briar College, the county attorney for Amherst County, Virginia, has filed suit seeking… More
Chemerinsky: Two narrow wins for civil rights
In talks about Supreme Court litigation, I often begin by saying that the most important thing to remember is that the court can do anything… More
Feds say 2 of their agents in Silk Road probe laundered Bitcoins; one is accused of working as mole
In the course of investigating now-convicted mastermind Ross Ulbricht in the Silk Road case, the feds seized Bitcoins worth some $33 million.
But the… More