Is it a mistake to work and live in New York?
Is it a mistake to work and live in New York?
All the gossip and shallow news fit for August.
Couples who split the housework fairly are happier between the sheets, according to a new study.
A new study says that people are more apt to lie to women than men during business negotiations.
Your nail polish, your career: How far are you pushing the fashion envelope?
Tips from a former partner about making a strong first impression.
A look at the subtext behind Working Woman magazine's "50 best firms for women."
What would you do? Go to the better-ranked law school? Or the one that's plying you with cash?
Happiness expert Dan Bowling reviews The Good Lawyer by Nancy Levit and Doug Linder.
Tips for law students on how to approach firms for an interview.
Find out which law schools are the most sought-after in the land.
A recent study finds that women and minorities get ahead when they keep their mouths shut.
The latest in gossipy, curious and totally irrelevant news about people in law.
Men overwhelmingly support paternity leave. Sort of.
The latest on the number of LSAT takers. Plus law school news about Harvard, BU, BC, Hastings and more.
Vault's top law firms for summer programs and associate happiness.
Going blonde can affect your pocket book. Here's why you might want to color your hair.
All the quirky, fun news you've been waiting to read.
The feminine art of asking for a raise, according to Harvard Business Review.
Do you know the "BMW" rule? You should.
Who gets the prize for sex appeal, prestige and verbal complexity in the legal business?
A new study finds that judges with daughters make more progressive decisions.
The heads of Sidley & Austin and Holland & Hart talk about how they got on the A-list for women.
Did your firm make this year's list?
What you should (and shouldn't) do if you want to snag an offer at the end of the summer.
The latest roundup of law school news.
What's harder for women: Making it in Big Law or Big Business?
Want to raise an independent, ambitious daughter? Try doing some housework.
Magic Circle firms are way ahead of U.S. firms on stress management and work/life balance.
A recent study finds that being home is more stressful than working at the office. Is this true for lawyers too?
Want to go to a top law school and have a hot social life? Here's where you should go.
A recent study shows that men with children beat out all other groups in making money in New York.
Is racism one reason African Americans aren't making it in law firms?
Two examples of how women are getting what they want.
DLA partner made offensive comments about women. But is the firm truly outraged by his conduct?
Firms discount billings by female lawyers more deeply than those of male lawyers.
They still get accused of being abrasive and unlikeable. But at least no one is calling them hysterical.
Forget all that talk about diversity. The pipeline is hardly gushing.
Big Law has lots of 1 percenters. But are you a business-class 1 percenter or just a coach-class type?
News and gossip about lawyers in love.
Oh no, not more news about Columbia's fantastic placement record!
Who says he's just mini-Scalia? Alito reinvents himself—maybe.
What the latest Yale Law Women's report on law firms really tells us.
The ultimate high-intensity firm is also sensitive to personal needs?
Lessons learned from the nasty divorce of a Cadwalader partner.
Time for another round of quirky, strange news.
Both law firms and I-banks want to show you how much they care. Watch out!
Why did I ignore Equal Pay Day? Well, it's a bit depressing.
Big Law partners have a sensitive, spiritual side. Honestly.
Women partners are just as happy as the men when they switch firms. But watch out for the differences.
A reader takes the Careerist to task for being too elitist about legal education.
Are female lawyers dressed too sexily these days?
Gibson Dunn partner responds to charges that his Bridgegate investigation was sexist.
What associates should do (but don't). DLA Piper's co-managing partner Sang Kim chats with the Careerist.
What makes attorneys happy? The answers might surprise you.
They lack cachet, but they are the innovators of the legal academic marketplace.
American workers favor feminine leadership styles, says new study. But that's different from wanting female leaders.
The latest law school ranking from U.S. News & World Reports is out. And there are some surprises.
First-time novelist Helen Wan hits the jackpot. (Includes link to video interview.)
Law school enrollment is down. But some schools are defying that trend.