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Gender Bias in the Legal Profession: Why It Exists and How to Overcome It By Angela Turiano – May 17, 2019 What women lawyers need is early intervention and supportive policies that will serve to eviscerate unconscious bias.
Gender Diversity with Mediators, Arbitrators, and Expert Witnesses By Naomi M.
Berry – May 17, 2019 We can all add diverse neutrals to our personal rosters of “go-to” mediators we propose to opposing counsel.
Oyez Us Roar: Reflections on the Diversity of Appellate Counsel By Ellen Robb – May 17, 2019 A look at the relative lack of women attorneys making oral arguments and tips to help women develop appellate practices.
The Federal Mandatory Initial Discovery Pilot Project—18 Months In By Amanda Lawrence, Scott Sakiyama, and Ian Acker – March 05, 2019 It is encouraging that some courts are willing to address specific burdens on a case-by-case basis.
Getting the Discovery You Need in Arbitration By Carly Milner and Aurra Fellows – March 05, 2019 As courts continue to push disputes to arbitration, parties must confront the limitations of that forum.
A Brightening Horizon for Diversity in the Dispute Resolution Profession By Kimberly Taylor – March 05, 2019 Law firms, corporations, and legal departments should partner with ADR providers to bring more diversity to ADR. By Susan Tillotson Bunch – December 12, 2018 In this digital era, it is imperative to understand the threats to your data security and how to protect against them.
#Us Too: Be Part of the Legal Profession’s Positive Response to #Me Too By Carla Varriale – March 05, 2019 It is up to us to use our awareness to make positive strides in 2019 and beyond. By Nicole Moran – December 12, 2018 Centralized and distributed ledgers of market and financial data may allow for more efficient collection and analyses of crucial data in a variety of disputes. By Katrina Long – December 12, 2018 New developments, like the 21st Century Cures Act, and corresponding guidance from the FDA provide an initial road map to approach regulatory issues in the digital health age. Opinion: Technology in Practice Can Do More Harm Than Good By Julie Rising Bryan – December 12, 2018 We must ensure the quality of our profession doesn’t slip as we integrate new innovations into our practices.
Job Mobility, Student Loans, and Gender By Brenda Samaniego de la Parra and Yuan Fei – June 21, 2018 Women’s job transitions lead to wage increases less often than men’s do. Goosmann – June 21, 2018 A great onboarding program will help you not only retain your new hires but also recruit new top talent.Maintaining Perspective While Considering and Pursuing Alternative Work Arrangements By Christina Plum – August 16, 2019 Revisiting a 2017 essay by Section Leader Christina Plum.Give Yourself Some Room to Breathe By Precious Williams Owodunni – August 16, 2019 Stress is a major problem in the legal industry.Van Allen – March 05, 2019 Between recent stock market volatility, the trade war with China, the government shutdown, and a litany of other concerns, it is already shaping up to be an eventful year in securities class actions.Bitcoin as a "Commodity" and the Resulting Impact on Bankruptcy Proceedings By Joanne Molinaro and Susan Poll Klaessy – March 05, 2019 The emergence of cryptocurrency has raised thorny asset-valuation questions, and bankruptcy practitioners will be watching closely as case law continues to build on recent significant decisions.
Things I Wish I Knew Before Applying to Law School By Elizabeth Sher and Rachel Packer – June 21, 2018 Three tips for getting and staying on the path to the legal career you want.