The American Lawyer December 2013
When law professor Kathleen Sullivan joined the upstart Quinn Emanuel in 2005, it wasn't clear that this unusual pairing would work. It has.
Amid a languid recovery and threats to their business model, firm leaders now measure progress in small steps.
When the Supreme Court ruled in the high-profile adoption battle over a little girl with Cherokee ancestry, the case seemed to be over. It wasn't.
Widely praised when it launched two years ago, JD Match has so far had little impact on recruiting.
In a down market, the biggest cases are going to only a few firms.
Corporate restructuring associate Amelia Boone is a top contender in the emerging sport of obstacle racing.
Lawrence E. Jaffe Pension Plan v. Household International In re Tobacco Cases II SEC v. Cuban Activision v. Hayes
Applied Materials / Tokyo Electron; Koch Industries / Molex; Ares/CPPIB / Neiman Marcus; Regency Energy / PVR
Loblaw / Shoppers Drug Mart; Hudson's Bay / Saks Incorporated; Davis + Henderson / Harland Financial Solutions; Louisiana-Pacific / Ainsworth Lumber
Am Law Tech
In a holiday season without a breakout product introduction, the real advances are in upgrades.
Why firms need to include law students from low-income backgrounds when they look for a diverse workforce.
While the rest of the western world prepares itself for the holidays, big firm lawyers, especially partners, are busy with a different task: trying to collect their outstanding bills before the end of the year.