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Are there any legal celebrities left who have not gotten involved with this case?
Biglaw bonuses this year were insane. In an industry that usually plays “follow the leader” when it comes to associate bonuses, this year felt more like a poker tournament.For a full recap of the 2014 bonus season, fill out this brief form and receive ATL’s Biglaw Bonus Poker infographic.
Firms seem to be dealing with some unprofessional summers.
* Yeah, this happened in real life, not in a Philip K. Dick short story. [Time]
* Oh burn! Cornel West responds (indirectly) to biting New Republic article. [The Root]
* Justice for sale in Texas? Sounds about right. [KCBD]
*Yeah, this happened in real life, not in a Philip K. Dick short story. [Time]
*Oh burn! Cornel West responds (indirectly) to biting New Republic article. [The Root]
*Justice for sale in Texas? Sounds about right. [KCBD]
*Allegations of overbilling in Deepwater Horizon litigation. And — this may be a shock to some of our readers — turns out many of the firms involved made generous political contributions to the LA AG. [Louisiana Record]
*Eliminating salary negotiations to combat the wage gap? Who knew Biglaw’s lockstep approach to money would turn out to be progressive? [NPR]
*Columbia University’s rape problems deepen with new lawsuit about Emma Sulkowicz and her mattress “Carry that Weight” performance art. [Jezebel]
*Update in the Alan Dershowitz sex case. Now with 100% more David Boies. [American Lawyer]
*Attention New York: Prepare to swipe right. AG Eric Schneiderman is once again a bachelor. [Law and More]
*Idaho refuses to come in line with multinational treaty obligations. . . yay federalism? [Dorf on Law]
Is the legal job market finally starting to turn around?
It’s Friday afternoon, so let’s just enjoy this clip of Charlie Kelly, Esq.