Ryan Lovelace writes in The National Law Journal, "With both sides now publicly represented by high-profile Washington, D.C., law firms, Justin Fairfax’s accuser came forward Wednesday with a detailed account of the alleged sexual assault that has become one of a series of scandals to roil Virginia
Kathryn Rubino writes in Above the Law, "Biglaw firms that employ mandatory arbitration agreements as a condition of employment have been put on notice — law school student activists are coming for you. Harvard Law student activists, organized as the Pipeline Parity Project, have made it their missi
Dacher Keltner writes in the Harvard Business Review, "In the behavioral research I’ve conducted over the past 20 years, I’ve uncovered a disturbing pattern: While people usually gain power through traits and actions that advance the interests of others, such as empathy, collaboration, openness, fai
Rigel C. Farr writes in The Legal Intelligencer, "It has long been a truth acknowledged by the legal community that substantial work needs to be done to further diversity and inclusion in U.S. law firms, especially in the Philadelphia area. The National Association for Law Placement, Inc.’s (NALP) r
Elizabeth Lampert writes in The Recorder, "Women represent a little more than half the global population. There are a lot of clever women in this world, particularly in the legal industry, where in 2016, for the first time, the number of female enrollees surpassed male enrollees at U.S. law schools.