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What is a librarian?

Mar 1, 2016 By: Cynthia Brown

Mostly because you have no idea what a librarian does, you need one.

Women in Business Q&A – Meena Datta, partner, Sidley Austin LLP

Feb 6, 2016 By: Legal Solutions

Meenakshi (Meena) Datta is a partner in Sidley Austin LLP’s Chicago office. The views expressed in this article are exclusively those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Sidley Austin LLP and its partners.

Create a Law Firm Business Plan with the Whole Business in Mind

Nov 4, 2015 By: Ian Turvill

To ensure you stay in front of vs. behind such market pressures, firms should consider creating and implementing an overarching growth strategy reflecting four key strategic growth anchors

To CI or Not To CI: That is No Longer the Question

Oct 7, 2015 By: Marisa Floriani

Last week, law firm competitive intelligence professionals gathered in New York City, and all seemed to agree that competitive intelligence within law firms is here to stay.

The Need for Pro-Bono Programs at Law Firms

Jul 31, 2015 By: Lisa Dewey

Recently, DLA Piper’s full-time Pro Bono Lisa Dewey spoke about the need for pro bono programs at law firms and DLA Piper’s overall strategy.

Redefining the Odds for Women in Law

Jun 24, 2015 By: Jayne E. Juvan

Many young women today aspire to develop into accomplished attorneys, but become disheartened when they begin to feel as though the proverbial glass ceiling is actually made of shatterproof steel.

Legal Industry Update from Sameena Kluck

Jun 22, 2015 By: Sameena Kluck

Working closely with some of the largest law firms in the country, I have an opportunity to see legal industry trends in real-time.

“Women’s Issues” in the AmLaw 200—Is It Time for Firms to Look at Those to Solve Other Issues?

Jun 15, 2015 By: Sameena Kluck

The AmLaw 200 is facing an epidemic on many fronts in 2015, and the one getting the most attention is the lack of women in law firms above associate level

The Wide Net of the Duty to Defend

Apr 10, 2015 By: David Probst

The judicial principle favoring insureds in policy disputes makes insurance case law endlessly fascinating

Perched Above and in the Trenches

Mar 26, 2015 By: Kimberly Leach Johnson

It can be quite difficult to balance the competing demands of a national law firm and a local practice.

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