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In data released by the American Bar Association and analyzed by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Class of 2014 employment percentages for seven of Illinois' nine schools increased since 2013.
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A man who alleges his estranged wife secretly forwarded his e-mails to her e-mail account does not have a case under the Wiretap Act, a federal judge has ruled.
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When Rebecca S. Eisner, the next partner-in-charge of Mayer, Brown LLP’s 365-lawyer Chicago office, turned to a part-time schedule to raise her two children in 1996, she did not want her clients to find out.
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In late February, Turkey’s prime minister unveiled plans to build a three-tier tunnel underneath the Bosphorus Strait, linking by car and rail the city’s European and Asian parts. The ambitious, $3.5-billion project that Turkish press reports call the “Grand Istanbul Tunnel” is expected to put 2,000 people to work. One of them will be Mayer, Brown LLP partner James P. Patti.
Lawyer’s work in Turkey makes gravy- In late February, Turkey’s prime minister unveiled plans to build a three-tier tunnel underneath the Bosphorus Strait, linking by car and rail the city’s European and Asian parts.The ambitious, $3.5-billion project that Turkish press reports call the...
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It will be the first of it's kind . Turkey is on the move under leadership of president Erdogan .
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Two appellate victories at the U.S. District Court for the Federal Circuit and a separate ruling granting its client $1 million in attorney fees? Yes, the week of March 23 was a successful one for the intellectual property litigation practice at Latham & Watkins LLP.
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Three law professors with Ivy League pedigrees are finalists for the next deanship at the University of Illinois College of Law. They are Robert Ahdieh of Emory University School of Law, Vikram Amar of the University of California Davis School of Law and Laura Rosenbury of Washington University Law School.
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Law in U S is a joke ,justice only with money!!!!
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Another local law firm has decided that Chicago is not enough. The well-connected labor and employment firm Meckler, Bulger, Tilson, Marick & Pearson LLP said today it will join the 575-lawyer Cozen, O'Connor LLP on June 1.
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Andrew Jenks hoped his documentary would free Ryan Ferguson from prison. Kathleen T. Zellner beat him to it. As a result, both Ferguson and Zellner walked the red carpet Sunday at the premiere of Jenks’ movie at Manhattan’s famed Tribeca Film Festival.
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Illinois law students looking to connect with members of the practicing bar will soon have a new avenue: free membership in the American Bar Association. Starting in August, the 395,000-member national bar group is waiving the $25 annual dues for law students enrolled at ABA-accredited schools.
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There is 0 rule of law in USA , 100% rule of money .
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The body that governs Illinois high school sports is not required to disclose its records to the public, a Cook County judge has held. Ruling from the bench, Circuit Judge Mary Lane Mikva dismissed a lawsuit the Better Government Association brought against the Illinois High School Association.
Judge: IHSA not subject to FOIA law- The body that governs Illinois high school sports is not required to disclose its records to the public, a Cook County judge has held. Ruling from the bench, Circuit Judge Mary Lane Mikva dismissed a lawsuit the Better Government Association brought...
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In USA judges rule on party line !!!and they wear a robe , amazing .
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SPRINGFIELD — Before he suggested plaintiff lawyers are a root cause of corruption at the Illinois Supreme Court, Gov. Bruce Rauner was targeting one of their legislative achievements last year — a pay hike for jurors in civil cases.
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Rule of law in U S = 0 
Rule of money in U S = 100%
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China wasn’t the end. Continuing a spate of acquisitions for Dentons, the firm’s U.S. branch and McKenna, Long & Aldridge LLP have agreed to a combination that will bring Dentons’ lawyer count to roughly 6,600 — lengthening its lead as the largest law firm in the world.
China wasn’t the end. Continuing a spate of acquisitions for Dentons, the firm’s U.S. branch and McKenna, Long & Aldridge LLP have agreed to a combination that will bring Dentons’ lawyer count to roughly 6,600 — lengthening its lead as the largest law firm in the world.
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