Howdy, you guys: Reporter Miriam Rosen poses questions to incoming UT Law School Dean Ward Farnsworth (pictured).
JAMS sued: Senior reporter John Council writes that plaintiffs who sued Fish & Richardson, two of the firm’s principals and a client have added JAMS and arbitrator Robert W. Faulkner as defendants.
"Inappropriate and profane": Reporters Brenda Sapino Jeffreys and Miriam Rozen team up for a story about emails that resulted in a motion for sanctions against a lawyer.
Are happy days here again?: Research editor Jeanne Graham gets the numbers on firms’ summer associate programs. BONUS VIDEO: interviews with two summer associates.
Seize the opportunity: Get the inside scoop on how to succeed at a summer clerkship.
From Iraq to the firm: Meet an officer and a summer associate.
Debt data: Reporter Miriam Rozen looks at the debt burdens facing Texas law students.
Looking back: Would you choose law school again?
Get real: Soon-to-be 3L Raymond L. Panneton says it’s time law schools left the ivory tower and came down to earth.
Tech talk: The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals addresses audio recordings and the First Amendment.
Lawyer life: Michael P. Maslanka shares lessons learned from law and love.
Technology: Julie Machal-Fulks has three action items for firms facing a data or security breach.