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    Practice Area Monopoly: Straight to Jail or Pass Go Collect $200

    10:13, September 21 344 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 21 722 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.
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    PwC Legal takes first steps in US with firm launch

    05:43, September 21 953 0

    PwC Legal is expanding into the US through the launch of a new law firm in Washington DC. The accountancy giant’s legal arm is setting up an independent offering named ILC Legal, but cannot open under its own name for regulatory reasons.
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    RNC Payments Raise More Questions on Trump Lawyers’ Fees

    01:30, September 21 445 0

    John Dowd. Photo: John Disney/ALM Sure, a quarter-million dollars is a lot of money. But in Big Law—and for the most significant white-collar case to rattle a presidential administration in years—$230,000 doesn’t buy all that much.
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    Victorians overwhelmingly support voluntary euthanasia, survey finds

    23:57, September 20 451 0

    As the Victorian parliament ponders an historic vote to legalise assisted dying for the terminally ill, a new survey shows the public overwhelmingly back the reform, with most Victorians saying they would be more likely to vote for a candidate if they supported voluntary euthanasia.
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    End-of-life issues have been in the too-hard basket for too long

    23:06, September 20 379 0

    Far too many Victorians have suffered too much and for too long at the end of their lives. Talking about death is a challenging and confronting issue. For too long, end-of-life issues have been in the too-hard basket. This needs to change. Improving policy and community awareness about the end of life, and death, are essential if we are to improve Victorians’ choices about how and where they experience both.