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Nearly 100 amicus briefs were filed in Students for Fair Admissions v. the University of North Carolina and Students for Fair Admissions v. President & Fellows of Harvard College, the cases questioning the use of affirmative action in undergraduate ad
The gig economy has seen an influx of growth in the past few years, and the legal profession is not immune to this shift. The post Burned Out By Law Firm Life? How To Tap Into The Gig Economy For Lawyers. appeared first on Above the Law.