Meet the Big Law partner who's not afraid to be a feminist. (Part 3 of series on women and the name game.)
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Forget feminism. There are some compelling reasons to use your hubby's name. (Part 2 about women and the name game.)
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When changing jobs, the worst-case scenario is to leave a position at one law firm, only to learn that you cannot join the new firm or -- more commonly -- to be surprised by something that dramatically affects your acceptance of an offer. Here are four ways to minimize risk when deciding whether to make a move.
The only active military judge presiding over a New York veterans treatment court, Terence Murphy will report for active duty next month, eventually deploying to Kuwait. Murphy said his career follows in the footsteps of his father, former Nassau County Supreme Court Justice George Murphy, who served for 24 years in the U.S. Army and Army Reserve.
An attorney in Colombia and a Colombian public employee were extradited to New York on Wednesday to face charges of stealing confidential information about a drug prosecution by the Eastern District of New York U.S. Attorney and selling it to a narcotics trafficker.
As Connecticut lawmakers deal with the state's budget crisis, a committee studying judicial compensation has proposed raises of 5.3 percent for state judges for each of the next four fiscal years, noting that the judges have not received raises since 2007, and that, even before that, their pay increases were not keeping up with inflation.
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