• Contests, Law Schools, Reader Polls, Sports

    ATL March Madness: Law Schools, Round 2

    We just announced the results of ATL March Madness: Round 1. And you know what that means: Round 2! Update: Two of the four polls appear below. For formatting reasons, we are moving the other two polls to a separate post.

    20 Comments / / Mar 28, 2007 at 4:15 PM
  • Biglaw, Money, Skaddenfreude

    Skaddenfreude: Seyfarth Shaw Leaves the List of Shame

    Sen. Pat Leahy (D-VT), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has just announced that the Republicans have objected, under Senate rules, to the Kyle Sampson hearings continuing any further. The committee, which returned from lunch at around 1:45, now stands in recess. We’ll keep you posted. Update (2:42 PM): And we’re back. Sen. Dick Durbin […]

    34 Comments / / Mar 28, 2007 at 3:58 PM
  • Contests, Law Schools, Reader Polls, Sports

    ATL March Madness: Round 1 Results

    The first round of ATL March Madness is over. And we have some exciting results to announce — including a number of big-time upsets. (If we had started the contest just a little bit later, we could have based it on the brand-new U.S. News & World Report law school rankings. But we didn’t, and […]

    11 Comments / / Mar 28, 2007 at 3:35 PM
  • Aaron Charney, Biglaw, Gay, Reader Polls

    Brokeback Lawfirm: ATL Poll Results

    We had three ATL reader polls going concerning Aaron Charney v. Sullivan & Cromwell: 1. What should Aaron Charney do next? 2. Assuming Aaron Charney’s allegations are true, how much would you award him? 3. Whom do you support in Charney v. S&C? Anyway, we just closed ’em. Thanks to everyone who voted. You can […]

    31 Comments / / Mar 28, 2007 at 2:37 PM
  • Biglaw, Money, Skaddenfreude

    Skaddenfreude: What’s Up With Squire Sanders?

    When we were drawing up our LIST OF SHAME (latest version here), Squire Sanders & Dempsey got dropped along the way. To make the list more manageable, we limited it to firms with a significant New York presence. Some readers appealed that decision. These two comments are representative: “The updated List of Shame doesnt include […]

    22 Comments / / Mar 28, 2007 at 1:16 PM