Tag Archives: Law.

Gender differences and big law.

Interesting paper on who succeeds in big law by Ghazala Azmat (Queen Mary University of London, Centre for Economic Performance, Centre for Economic Policy Research, and Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) and Rosa Ferrer (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona… … Continue reading

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New Research Guide: Researching “Civil Law” Topics at the HLS Library

Et Seq. – The blog of the Harvard Law School Library – Jennifer Allison: “Over the last several months, I have been working on a research guide that, hopefully, will help bridge one of the gaps that researchers from civil law … Continue reading

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Live at 6 ET Today: The Last ‘This Week in Law’

After 448 episodes, Denise Howell is calling it a wrap on her vide0 and audio podcast This Week in Law, which she currently cohosts with Stefan Szpajda, an attorney with Dorsey & Whitney in Seattle. I’ll be the guest as … Continue reading

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EFF sues to kill FOSTA, calling it “unconstitutional Internet censorship law”

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | baona ) The Electronic Frontier Foundation has asked a court to invalidate a new anti-prostitution law, saying that it amounts to unconstitutional censorship of the Internet. The Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA) was approved … Continue reading

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Reputation v. Character – Why that question matters in employment law.

John Wooden, one of the greatest coaches of all time, was famously quoted saying that “your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.”  Often times companies and individuals running those companies … Continue reading

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