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Law Schools, Romance and Dating

FYI, Your Mom REALLY Wants You To Date A Lawyer With A Prestigious Degree

Has a relative ever pressured you into going on a date with someone just because they have an Ivy League law degree?

42 Comments / / Jan 26, 2015 at 1:00 PM
  • Biglaw, Weirdness

    Update: Do the Cadwalader Shuffle

    Here’s the most comprehensive bit we’ve heard from a tipster: [N]o longer at CWT anymore (thankfully), but I did hear that Chris White (the Partner who deposed Link) is attempting a major realignment of practice groups. Apparently he wants to move the Corporate department into the Real Estate and somehow make it a sub group. […]

    157 Comments / / Mar 7, 2008 at 12:09 PM
  • Job of the Week

    Job(s) of the Week

    Today’s JOW offering is a selection of IP opportunities at a Fortune 500 technology company, brought to you by ATL’s career partner, Lateral Link. In the last month, over 300 Lateral Link members referred friends who’ve joined the network, giving these members the opportunity to earn up to $5000 in referral bonuses. Positions: Patent Counsel […]

    / Mar 7, 2008 at 11:05 AM
  • Book Deals, Books, Julie Buxbaum

    Lawyerly Chick Lit (?)

    Julie Buxbaum is a Harvard alumna and lawyer turned novelist. Her first book, The Opposite of Love, is getting favorable reviews. As we’ve written about before, she’s signed a deal for two books, so it’s a good sign that the first is being well-received. For the lawyers who want to be writers: her advance was […]

    70 Comments / / Mar 7, 2008 at 10:58 AM
  • Barack Obama, Non-Sequiturs, Travel / Vacation

    Non-Sequiturs: 03.06.08

    * Feddie really, really likes Dahlia Lithwick. [Southern Appeal] * Pretty smells may reduce stress in the workplace. We doubt it would work in law schools. [Neuromarketing] * What would Obama ice cream taste like? Slate.com readers go crazy naming a Ben and Jerry’s flavor after the political hero. [Slate] * The legality of laptop […]

    14 Comments / / Mar 6, 2008 at 4:50 PM
  • Police

    First Amendment Tangles with KKK (Again)

    Dan Slater at the WSJ Law Blog posted on an interesting First Amendment case about a state trooper’s involvement with the KKK. The trooper was subsequently fired, and now he’s arguing for his job back: In 2004, Robert Henderson, then a state trooper in Nebraska, joined an organization called the Knights Party after his wife […]

    66 Comments / / Mar 6, 2008 at 4:21 PM

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