Is now a time of reckoning for the conservative legal movement?
'Always Be Courageous': An Interview With Twyla CarterListen now | The first Black woman and Asian American to lead The Legal Aid Society in its 147-year history, Carter has devoted her entire career to…
Benchslaps for Biglaw, bountiful bonuses at a boutique, a high-profile hire at Airbnb, and other legal news from the week that was.
David Boies goes out on top, Donna Adelson goes to jail, a Sidley Austin associate goes viral (and gets fired), and other legal news from the week that…
No Accident: An Interview With Karen DunnListen now | The star trial lawyer discusses her role in a new HBO documentary, Paul Weiss's lateral hiring spree, presidential-debate coaching, and…
The veteran Supreme Court advocate discusses his retirement, the future direction of the Court, and the justices' new code of conduct.
Milbank raises salaries, judges speak out about Israel-Hamas, Fox hires a conservative SCOTUS clerk as CLO, and other legal news from the week that was.
Three are judges, two just put Sam Bankman-Fried behind bars, and one is a full-time parent.
Here are answers to your FAQs—including who might be prosecuted next.
Last year wasn't great for Biglaw—but the numbers conceal a lot of variability, with some firms dying and other firms killing it.
Biglaw condemns law-school antisemitism, a judge criticizes a pro-Hamas professor, Stroock votes to dissolve, and other legal news from the week that…
But he does have insights and opinions about hiring, DEI, work-life balance, free speech, and other important topics in the legal profession.