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Is Your Law Firm’s Gender Bias Showing?

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Pam Woldow* – Our current series of posts about Feminenglish, that peculiar deferential language female lawyers and business women have learned to speak in meetings with men, and last year’s related seriesabout how men tend to grab the mike in meetings and “borrow” women’s ideas, are not intended as a feminist manifesto or a deep …

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Law Firm Rainmakers and The Keys to Collaboration

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Heidi K Gardner is a Distinguished Scholar at Harvard Law School Center on the Legal  Profession and is  writing a book about the legal profession. True rainmakers don’t need to be convinced to collaborate: referring work to colleagues and developing a loyal team capable of extraordinary client service is the only way they can build …

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What Will The Supreme Court Look Like In Another 10 Years?

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Geoffrey R. Stone is the Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor of Law, University of Chicago. This article was first published in the Huffington Post. The Supreme Court plays a central role in the American legal and political system. In recent years, it has decided profoundly important cases involving such issues as campaign finance regulation, …

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Law Firm Adaption to the Digital Age

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Brooks Pierce – By Edward C Winslow, a banking and corporate law specialist who is a frequent speaker and writer on topics involving financial services law and authors a blog on law practice management, called MidLaw and Divers Items. @stephenfshaw points to a Wall Street Journal blog post entitled “Is Your Job ‘Routine’? If So, …

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Interpreting a Foster or Adopted Child’s Disclosed Background

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 Jay Deratany is the founding member of The Deratany Firm and is a top Chicago birth injury lawyer. His passion for helping people extends beyond the firm and into his extensive pro bono work and personal philanthropy. For more information, visit The Deratany Firm and connect with Jay on Google+. Tips & Resources to Help …

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