What is Bitcoin 2.0?
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Jan. 21, 2015 (Mimesis Law) -- Houman Shadab, professor at New York Law School, talks with Lee Pacchia about the concept of Bitcoin 2.0 and the types of opportunities the crypto-currency presents for law students.
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3 Signs It’s Time to Refinance Your Law School Loans: The folks at SoFi provide some useful information about how and when to refinance your student loans, the basics of consolidation and...more
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15 Gifts Under $30 for Legal Productivity Geeks: Check out this list of of awesome, affordable gift ideas for fun-loving, productivity geeks that friends, family, and colleagues may love....more
In early 2013, Michael Moffitt, the dean of Oregon Law, was interviewed by the New York Times about the tumult affecting law schools. Moffitt, who is a very thoughtful guy, reponded, "I feel like I am living a business school...more
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Law School Tuition: Helped or Hurt by Public Service Loan Forgiveness? An ongoing criticism of Public Service Loan Forgiveness is that the possibility of earning forgiveness in ten years makes...more
When analyzing data with many categories, it is often useful to have a single measure that summarizes each observation’s distribution of values across those categories. One such measure is a Herfindahl Index (often denoted...more
A favorite topic of conversation at last week’s CELS meeting (and, in fact, at every CELS meeting) was law school rankings. One conversation in particular, with IU’s Jeff Stake, got me thinking about the “Top N” phenomenon,...more
“Mr. Bistrong, in the complaint it was alleged that you were a conspirator in bribing foreign officials in multiple countries, such as Nigeria, the UK, and the Netherlands, as well as bribing UN officials. Were there...more
The Legal One Percent: Among lawyers, as across the country, the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer—and the education system isn’t helping. (The New Yorker)...more
Mark Perlmutter is back for the final post in his six-part series on law school lessons that are not advisable for a healthy home life.... Mark is a Texas trial lawyer turned counselor who helps individuals (many of whom are...more
Simple Tips for a Less Stressful Lawyer Life: A former lawyers shares a few tips to keep you from overwork and attorney burnout. (Leaving the Law)...more
Mark Perlmutter is back for the fourth post in his six-part series on law school lessons that are not advisable for a healthy home life. Be sure to read the first, second and third posts if you missed them. Mark is a Texas...more
Mark Perlmutter is back for the third post in his six-part series on law school lessons that are not advisable for a healthy home life. Be sure to read the first and second posts if you missed them. Mark is a Texas trial...more
Mark Perlmutter is back for the second post in his six-part series on law school lessons that are not advisable for a healthy home life. If you missed his first post, be sure to read it here (see article for link). Mark is a...more
5 Resume Mistakes to Avoid:
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We are very excited to welcome Susan Carter Liebel to Trebuchet for a great post about what she wished she knew before going to law school. Susan is the CEO and founder of Solo Practice University®, the only educational and...more
We are very excited to welcome Mark Perlmutter to Trebuchet for a six-part series on law school lessons that are not advisable for a healthy home life. Mark is a Texas trial lawyer turned counselor who helps individuals (many...more
Which of Your Selves Comes Forward as a Lawyer?
Kate McGuinness talks about how career (and life) plans might evolve to reveal different “selves,” and how to handle this situation when it occurs. (The Girl’s Guide to...more
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Graduates Highlight the Pros and Cons of Law School: Despite a challenging job market, many prospective lawyers give much of their law school experience high marks. (U.S. News Education)...more
Ediscovery Pop Quiz!
Question: What do you get when you add the number of law schools with the number of ediscovery classes offered and then divide by the number of students who enroll in these classes?
FRB Governor Daniel K. Tarullo made a provocative presentation concerning bank corporate governance and prudential regulation to corporate and financial law professors and other attendees at the Midyear Meeting of the...more
Agencies to Explore How Title VII of Civil Rights Act of 1964 Remade America -
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June 10, 2014 (Mimesis Law) -- Mariana Hogan, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Student Development at New York Law School, talks with Lee Pacchia about some of the ways law students can make the most of their Summer...more
May 14, 2014 (Mimesis Law) -- Rebecca Roiphe, professor at New York Law School, talks with Lee Pacchia about the difficulties facing lower tier law schools as they adapt to emerging market trends. While some have called for...more
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced a “landmark” consent decree with the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) to resolve allegations of “widespread and systemic” violations of the Americans with...more
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