Senior associates

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    Non-Sequiturs: 09.18.15

    * Daily lawyer tips is just killing it. The latest is on the perils of actually becoming a senior associate. [Daily Lawyer Tips]

    * Lawyers can’t be getting dumber if no one (hyperbole alert) is passing the bar exam. [Bloomberg BNA]

    * A kickstarter our readers are sure to love: a new board game that combines Would You Rather?, Poker, and Rock, Paper, Scissors with arguing. What’s not to love? [Kickstarter]

    * Pile-on-the-SEC-week (the securities kind, not the football kind) continues. This time, Judge Berman is taking a crack. [Dealbreaker]

    * The civil justice system is riddled with inequities, especially if you happen to be a plaintiff. [Mighty]

    * Is a new pro-worker law in the works? [Lawyers, Guns & Money]

    * The NFL field that is the subject of lawsuits is getting changed… not that they’re admitting any wrongdoing, natch. [Deadspin]

    * The Ninth Circuit? Not a fan of Sheriff Joe. [AZ Central]

    39 Comments / / Sep 18, 2015 at 4:57 PM
  • working mother with bottle RF

    Biglaw, Holidays and Seasons, Kids, Partner Issues

    Qui Tam: Not Mother’s Day

    “She was on the part-time plan (could have fooled me)….”

    9 Comments / / May 13, 2014 at 1:56 PM
  • Associate Advice, Small Law Firms

    Small Firms, Big Lawyers: How to Handle Senior Associates

    My first job out of law school was at a five-lawyer employment-law boutique: two partners, two other associates, and me. (OK, it was my only job out of law school; I started my firm after four years at this boutique.) The other two associates were third-years when I started. To be sure, they were both […]

    98 Comments / / Apr 27, 2011 at 12:40 PM