Lawyers are susceptible to fall for phishing scams, finds study.
Lawyers are susceptible to fall for phishing scams, finds study.
A new study says that couples who share equally in childcare have better sex.
A dozen law firms team up to stop human trafficking, and send Congress a signal.
Here are the five most annoying questions law firms love to ask.
Jeff Bezos disagrees with The New York Times’ description of his company’s culture. Could Bezos and the Times both be right?
Plaintiffs got three big breaks in the case, which underscore the power of trial judges in settlements.
It's all a day at the beach, but which beach?
Wachtell Lipton is now monitoring lawyers 24/7.
Tethered to your phone, the watch handles notifications superbly, but some other uses fall short.
Your associates, clients and even legal pioneers are telling you: Employing the best technologies needs to be top of mind.
Fear of a Big Law invasion has Florida lawyers fighting a reciprocity plan.
You're say you're happy. That won't last.
Big Law professes to care about work/life balance, but is it really that different from the dog-eat-dog world of Amazon?
New research questions if happy workers are more productive.
A new crop of airline apps aim to help you take control of your business travel experience.
It's August, and you want your news quick and dirty. Here's the latest.
Forget the spin—the ABA blew another one.
A U.S. sting operation exposed rampant kidney trafficking in Israel. Now that country leads global anti-trafficking efforts.
An opinionated guide for prospective first-years.
It's decision time for a U.S. district judge as 9/11 victims seek to hold funders of the 2001 terror attacks accountable in court.
To get the answers about Sandra Bland’s death, someone needs to start asking the right questions.
Am Law 200 firms get the lion's share of oral argument, an analysis finds.
The ABA's task force on law school financing was convened to push much-needed student loan reforms. Instead it concluded that everything is fine.
A plea to the organization that considers itself the nation's foremost organization for attorneys.
Here's a roundup of news from the law school scene.
The overall scores in our yearly A-List survey keep rising. But even among A-Listers, there's room to improve.
Maybe you're better off hiring less-credentialed associates who really want the job.
A new ABA study finds that women are seen, but seldom heard, in court.
Why are we still so invested in Atticus Finch?
Every trial has entertaining moments. You just have to recognize humor when you see it.
News and gossip about the private lives of Am Law partners.
For 10 years, politics has kept America from ratifying the one treaty every lawyer agrees on. That has consequences.
Is your firm better off without a summer associate program?
Are words like "ambitious" and "competitive salary" turning women off?
Turn their concerns into opportunities to become truly customer-focused.
The nation's largest and wealthiest firms must give more to help close the justice gap.
A new survey shows that male consultants are far more likely to fake hours than their female colleagues. Lawyers, take note.
The trial of three Dewey & LeBoeuf leaders for alleged criminal fraud offers critical lessons for partners everywhere.
The ability to run a full version of Windows 8.1 makes the Surface 3 a compelling choice for lawyers.
Here's what bar exam veterans say not to do.
We've uncovered some sobering statistics in our special report on women in Big Law.
Forty-four firms get WILEF's seal of approval.
Accredited for-profit law schools will soon be subject to a new regulation that restricts federal loans to underperforming colleges. If only the government would hold all law schools similarly accountable.
What Big Law can learn from corporate boards abroad.
Q&A with admissions director Janice Austin.
Sometimes the most effective way to support a cause is to maintain a safe distance from it.
Think childless women are treated with more respect at the office? Hah!
If more couples decided that he should stay home with the kids, women lawyers would thrive.
Will the trial of three former Dewey & LeBoeuf leaders leave the most important questions unanswered? Let’s hope not.
So many options. So many ways to kill your career.
There are more painless ways to make a six-figure salary.
This light new laptop could be your perfect traveling companion, or it could drive you crazy. Here's how to tell.
Women with advance degrees are having more kids.
Successful men are paying their wives bonuses.
Study finds that lawyers in lucrative, prestigious positions are miserable.
There’s more to the firm’s latest lateral partner move than meets the eye.
Most lateral hiring mistakes get shoved under big law firm rugs, but this one won't fit there.
The authors of a new study on law grads' earnings still avoid discussing the simpler reason law grads make more than most.
Cornell Law School trounces most top 10 schools in the job department.
Few men want housewives these days.
Boies strikes back at Dershowitz. And Dershowitz counters.
Another twist in the case involving allegations of underage sex and the Harvard professor.
No empty calories here: Google's Lollipop operating system delivers privacy and security enhancements.
Financial transparency won't ruin the profession.
The annual Am Law 100 rankings are only a slice of Big Law's story.
You're not getting older, you're getting better.
Despite low female partner rates, the firm gets Yale Law Women's top honors.
Business school study puts a damper on female bonding.
As Dentons merges with yet another firm, its leaders are out to shatter "myths" about law firm growth. But what if they're not myths?
Want to get in? Don't apply straight from college.
A federal judge hands Dershowitz a favorable ruling. Now what?
Think the amount of time you spend with your kids will determine how they turn out? Ha!
An April 1 column by Professor Steven Davidoff Solomon in The New York Times gets it wrong by painting an optimistic picture of the legal sector despite dim forecasts.
An advocate for the legal profession's diversity ignores the dismal performance of law schools where minority enrollment is increasing.
For 27 months, the Obama administration has gone without a confirmed candidate for this important post.
The firm plays a prank but the associates are not laughing.
One-fifth of its law school grads go into Big Law, despite its No. 110 rank.
Orrick's sad, funny ad; the anti-sodomite lawyer.
How to work better with American Lawyer journalists.
Too many big law firms share an unfortunate attribute with big hospitals: a lost sense of mission.
The mobile version of the ubiquitous email program strikes the right balance between features and usability.
Legal academia is chock full of women and minorities.
POTUS Frank Underwood from the hit Netflix series illustrates how not to behave.
Whether your priority is speed, sharpness or security, there's an app that's right for you.
There are few consequences from clients when firms fall far short of diversity goals.
Should more firms be investing in tech to survive?
When it comes to protectionism, China isn't blameless. But the United States wields its trade laws just as aggressively against Chinese companies.
Law school rankings are out. And everyone is complaining.
Five firms on Fortune's list; the hubris of law grads; Amal's latest gig.
How to network for those who think it's a waste of time.