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    Job Searches, Small Law Firms, Solo Practitioners

    A Tale Of Two Lawyers

    What lessons can we learn from two lawyers taking different approaches to practice? Small-firm columnist Carolyn Elefant explains.

    24 Comments / / Dec 30, 2013 at 2:49 PM
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    Biglaw, Job Searches, No Offers, Quote of the Day, Summer Associates

    No-Offered In A Down Market? You May Be Doomed….

    You may be able to rebound from it, but you’ll always keep the “psychological damage” with you.

    35 Comments / / Dec 30, 2013 at 12:59 PM
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    Advertising, Animal Law, Crime, D.C. Circuit, Non-Sequiturs

    Non-Sequiturs: 12.12.13

    * Friendly reminder: All your holiday card competition submissions are due at the end of the day Monday! [Above the Law]

    * Congratulations to Georgetown’s Nina Pillard on her confirmation to the D.C. Circuit. That whole “no filibuster” thing is really working out for the Democrats. For now. [Georgetown Law]

    * The daily trials and travails of a law grad working retail. Some day the aisles run red with the blood of the supporters of Barbara from the men’s cologne counter. [Law Grad Working Retail]

    * What if lawyers created some of the greatest ads in history? Missing: “Avis: We Try Harder” vs. “Avis.” [Vice]

    * An interview with a whistleblower. What happened to the man who exposed the NYPD’s practice of creating quotas for summonses and arrests? [Colorlines]

    * Mark Herrmann talks about his prosopagnosia. [New York Times]

    * Robbery suspect explains that the crime was committed by his alternate personality that takes over against the suspect’s will. Looks like Killer BOB is on the loose and committing crimes in Wisconsin! [Stevens Point Journal]

    * We’ve discussed the chimp case, but the real question is how will this all affect Superman. [Law and the Multiverse]

    1 Comment / / Dec 12, 2013 at 5:15 PM