Law school enrollment continues to be a big issue in the legal world, as some alarming trends don’t appear to be slowing down. Philip Thomas has a good piece on the issue today, and if you missed it last week, he was featured in our LXBN Leaders series last week.
- Want to get paid like Darryl Strawberry? – Dallas attorney David Gair of Gray Reed on the firm’s blog, Texas Tax Talk
- SONY Pictures Breach Stresses Need to Revisit Document and Email Retention Policies – New York attorney Jeff Neuburger of Proskauer Rose in the firm’s Privacy Law Blog
- A Christmas Present for Appellants from the Fourth Circuit – Roanoke appellate lawyer Jay O’Keeffe of Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore on his blog, De Novo
- What Is the EEOC’s Own Policy on Background Checks? – Baltimore lawyer Fiona Ong of Shawe Rosenthal on the firm’s blog, The Labor & Employment Report
- A New Muse for the Legal Industry: Taylor Swift – Kenneth Grady of Seyfarth Shaw for the firm’s blog, SeytLines
- Have litigants lost confidence in the system? – New Jersey lawyer Eric Solotoff of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s NJ Family Legal Blog
- Dissolution Battle Over Heavily Indebted Business Yields $1 Buy-Outs – New York attorney Peter A. Mahler of Farrell Fritz in his New York Business Divorce Blog
- N.Y. Times Covers Continued Drop in Law School Enrollment – Jackson, Mississippi attorney Philip Thomas on the blog Mississippi Litigation Review and Commentary
- Higher Electricity Rates for Cannabis Growers? It May Make Sense – Seattle lawyer Hilary Bricken of Harris Moure’s Canna Law Group on the firm’s Canna Law Blog
- An Energized Trademark Monster? – Minneapolis lawyer Steve Baird of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s Duets Blog
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