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The Price Of Freedom: A Law Meant To Curb Slave Labor And Its Costs

Knowing your new phone doesn't have the residue of slavery in it? Priceless. The post The Price Of Freedom: A Law Meant To Curb Slave Labor And Its Costs appeared first on Above the Law.

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Recent Law School Grads Aren’t That Interested In Staying At The Biglaw Firms That Hired Them

Even junior associates get in on the lateral action. The post Recent Law School Grads Aren’t That Interested In Staying At The Biglaw Firms That Hired Them appeared first on Above the Law.

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Keeping Count — See Also

Headcount: See, the number of women partners at a firm is a meaningful metric. Pure headcount is... not. It's A Kind Of Scale: Steptoe matches Cravath... sort of. "THE" Problem With IP Law: Ohio State now owns the word "THE" because why not? It's Never RI

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The morning read for Wednesday, June 22

Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. To suggest a piece for us to consider, email us at [email protected]. Here’s the Wednesday morning read: Supreme Court’s rulin

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