Hearing from Harriet: Reporter Miriam Rozen talks with Harriet Miers (pictured) in an exclusive interview.
Trademark tussle: Who owns the rights to derivatives of "entrepreneur"? Senior reporter Mary Alice Robbins looks at the suit.
Approach the bench: Senior reporter John Council gets some specific advice for lawyers from 321st District Court Judge Carole Clark (pictured) who used to be a Child Protective Services case worker.
Indictments issued: A judge and three others face bribery and organized-crime allegations. Senior reporter Mary Alice Robbins has the indictments.
New associates survey: Research editor Jeanne Graham breaks down the numbers:
New Associate Statistics 2010
New Associates' Start Dates
Female and Minority New Associates
New Associates' Practice Areas
New Associates' Law Schools
Offers to Summer Associates at Large Firms
Law Firm Perks
"The First 48": A Waco woman has sued A&E Network, alleging libel for the erroneous use of a photo. Senior reporter John Council talks to her lawyer, Vic Feazell (pictured), who won a $58 million libel verdict back in the 1990s.
Kids' counsel: Senior reporter Mary Alice Robbins talks with lawyers at two firms that have joined forces to represent children and their families who allege bullying.
The Lawyers' Coach: James Dolan helps lawyers cope with gaps between others' words and their actions.
Junior J.D.: Don't want your porch egged this Halloween? Kip Mendrygal offers some tips for the new associate.
Fathers know best: Senior reporter John Council talks with lawyer-moms whose husbands stay home with their kids.
Sex sells: Dawn Estes and Melanie Okon make the case for clients hiring women lawyers.
High school happens: Kathleen J. Wu looks at the similarities between the cliques during the 'tween and teen years and life at the firm.
Who're you calling grumpy? The Assistant-at-Law examines the myth of the cranky woman lawyer.