Jun 4, 2013

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LawCrossing Reports 54848 Attorney Job Opening in the U.S., as Law School ...
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Recently the book 'The Lawyer Bubble: A Profession in Crisis' has illustrated that legal jobs have dropped in recent times and the situation is particularly bad in many states in the U.S. "A number of states in the country are having an oversupply of ...
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Career track
Florida Times-Union
Two Fowler White Boggs Jacksonville attorneys have been recognized by Chambers USA as being among the state's leading practitioners in Labor & Employment Law. Eric J. Holshouser and Robert G. Riegel Jr. received the award for 2013. Both are board ...
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CLAT: Your step for success
Hindustan Times
Law as a career option is drawing students in large numbers, and rightly so. The profession has seen a paradigm shift; crisp business suits have replaced black robes and fancy corporate offices have filled in for dull courtrooms. This field has ...
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Expert: ruling gives 'very little comfort' to employers looking to defend ...
Christopher Mordue of Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind Out-Law.com, said that the employment tribunal's finding would be "difficult to directly translate" into an ordinary employment relationship, due to the nature of the partnership structure. The ...
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Mark Russ Federman Prefers Slicing Lox to Law: Interview
Federman, 67, is a Georgetown Law graduate who in 1978 gave up a career as a trial lawyer to slice lox (and the occasional finger) behind the counter at his family's shop. He came to lunch at Bloomberg's world headquarters to discuss his recent memoir, ...
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Key dates in life, career of US Sen. Lautenberg
1984: Writes bill, later signed into law by President Ronald Reagan, to withhold federal highway funds from states that do not set 21 as a minimum age to buy and possess alcohol. 1988: Wins re-election over Pete Dawkins. 1989: Is prime sponsor of 1989 ...
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Unlike! Online Posts Affect Youth Job Prospects - Law and Daily Life
By Aditi Mukherji
It's true that a number of states have laws in place to protect employees and job applicants from social media snooping by employers. For example, California's governor signed Assembly Bill 1844 into law last year; the bill prohibits employers ...
Law and Daily Life

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