Male Jurors More Likely to Find Overweight Women Guilty
A recent study by Yale University psychologists finds a bias by male jurors against obese women. What does this mean for attorneys?
Law School Applications Down 24.6% Since Last Year
Law school applications in academic year 2012 are down sharply from last year. Will the trend continue, and what does this mean for current lawyers?
National Jurist Lists 25 Most Influential People in Legal Education in 2012
See who made National Jurist's list of the most influential people in legal education in 2012.
Top 10 Legal Stories of 2012
Check out The Atlantic's list of the Top 10 Legal News Stories of 2012.
LA Lawyer Suspended for Charging Legal Fees for Non-Legal Work
Katherine Guste was suspended from practice for two years for charging legal fees for non-legal services. Would you have done the same thing?
Office Lottery Pools Creating New Body of Case Law
According to a University of Louisville law professor, lottery office pools are creating their own body of case law.
Law Dean: Law School is Worth the Money
Lawrence Mitchell of Case Western Reserve University's School of Law argues that law school is assuredly worth the price. Is he right?
Report: Online Searchers Motivated to Find and Hire Lawyers
A LexisNexis survey reports that online searches for lawyers result in hiring lawyers more than 50% of the time. Adjust your marketing accordingly.
The Oatmeal is Being Sued…Again
A maker of greeting cards in Massachusetts is suing The Oatmeal creator Matthew Inman for potential and unlikely confusion over their respective cards.
Disbarred? It Could Be Worse …
Louisiana lawyer James Turnage was recently disbarred for practicing while disbarred...for 8 years. The Louisiana Supreme Court was not happy.
Canadian Judge’s Plagiarized Ruling Deemed Impossible to Review by Court of Appeals
A Canadian Court of Appeals threw out an appeal due to the trial court's plagiarism of attorney's briefs in the matter.
Lawyer Biographies Are The Most Popular Law Firm Website Content
A recent LexisNexis study on law firm marketing shows that lawyer biographies are by far the most viewed content on law firm websites.
Biglaw and Parenthood Don’t Mix
A departure memo by a mother leaving her biglaw job details the inherent difficulty in excelling in law and parenthood.
Law School Job Numbers Suit Dismissed with Prejudice
One of the many lawsuits brought against law schools for inflated employment numbers has been thrown out by a judge in Chicago.
Money Money Money Money Money
American Lawyer magazine published data on the salaries of Biglaw non-equity partners, showing a large disparity in pay and responsibilities.