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    The fightback against the Conservatives’ legal aid desert begins today

    02:18, September 22 45 0

    Food banks, zero-hours contracts and the bedroom tax are perhaps the most potent symbols of the cruelty of the Conservative government’s cuts agenda. But the scything away at people’s access to justice should be deemed equally callous. This is why I welcome today’s final report by the Bach Commission on Access to Justice, published by the Fabian Society. As the report makes clear, our democracy and the rule of law depend on people being able to defend their rights. But if they lack the money or the knowledge to do so, their rights in law are worth nothing more than the paper they are written on.
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    US Agencies to Clash in Appeal Over Sexual Orientation Bias

    16:13, September 21 30 0

    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit will hear arguments in a high-profile case next week that could telegraph what’s to come in the ongoing legal battle over whether sexual orientation should be protected under federal civil rights law. Zarda v. Altitude Express is also notable in that it pits two government agencies—the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission—against each other in the courtroom.
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    Sally Yates Finds Perch at Georgetown Law

    12:17, September 21 45 0

    Sally Yates, during her confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee to be Deputy Attorney General at the U.S. Department of Justice. March 24, 2015. Photo by Diego M. Radzinschi/THE NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL.
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    Practice Area Monopoly: Straight to Jail or Pass Go Collect $200

    10:13, September 21 42 0

    Firm-wide metrics make great headlines. Latham & Watkins is number one by gross revenue, Fragomen tops the rankings for diversity, and so on. When considering the career satisfaction of individual attorneys, however, it matters less what firm you are at, and more at what practice area within the firm you reside.
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    Ask Daliah: Opening your law office to open spaces

    09:18, September 21 33 0

    Dear Readers: When clients walk into my office they often exclaim that the space feels cozy, or “not like a law firm.” Bright orange filing cabinets sit under shelves displaying an eclectic mix of art, items sold by clients, and a bulletin board displaying handwritten thank you notes and postcards.