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    Morning Docket: 07.06.12

    * Chief Justice John Roberts might “enjoy that he’s being criticized,” but that’s probably because he’ll get the chance to show his true conservative colors this fall when issues like affirmative action and same-sex marriage are before SCOTUS. [Reuters]

    * Dewey know why this failed firm thinks a bankruptcy judge is going to allow it to hand out $700K in “morale” bonuses? You better believe that Judge Martin Glenn is going to tell D&L where it can (indicate). [Bankruptcy Beat / Wall Street Journal]

    * It seems like attorneys at Freshfields may actually need to get some sleep, because it was the sole Magic Circle firm to report a decline in in revenue and profitability in its latest financial disclosure statements. [Financial Times (reg. req.)]

    * Judge Kenneth Lester Jr. didn’t do George Zimmerman any favors when he set his bond at $1M. Watch how quickly the defense fund Zimmerman concealed from the court disappears as he struggles to post bail. [CNN]

    * Whatever it takes (to count you as employed): 76% of law schools report that they’ve now changed their curriculum to include more practical skills courses in light of the dismal job market. [National Law Journal]

    * Texas Christian University is expanding its graduate programs, but a law school isn’t necessarily in the works, because TCU is only interested in “programs that promote employability.” Well, sh*t, y’all. [TCU 360]

    11 Comments / / Jul 6, 2012 at 9:05 AM
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    Morning Docket: 10.06.06

    * ATL Stock Tip of the Day: Start shorting Pottery Barn. [How Appealing (linkwrap)]** * A hot new trend among federal judges out west (even more popular than Bikram yoga): Benchslapping the Bush Administration over its environmental policies. [Washington Post] * Joan Biskupic is a distinguished Supreme Court reporter; but this article is très USA […]

    0 Comments / / Oct 6, 2006 at 8:57 AM
  • Blogging, Boring Stuff, In-House Counsel, Sun Microsystems, Time Suckage

    In-House Lawyers Discover a New Way to Waste Time

    And no, it’s not instant messenger. It’s this thing called blogging… Sun Microsystems General Counsel Mike Dillon has started a blog (the blandly named “Legal Thing”). According to the WSJ Law Blog, it’s the first blog launched by a Fortune 500 GC. Dillon explains why he’s blogging in these terms: My primary motivation is a […]

    0 Comments / / Aug 10, 2006 at 2:25 PM

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