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A former lawyer shares the choice that enabled him to break free of a career he didn’t love

A former lawyer shares the choice that enabled him to break free of a career he didn’t love LIBBY KANE     Aug. 6, 2015, 6:23 PM    Daniel Bailey.     When Daniel Bailey finished law school in 2010, he already knew he was on the wrong path.  “I realized about six weeks into law […]

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Sirius XM Radio pays $1.3 million to settle suit over unpaid internships

LABOR & EMPLOYMENT Sirius XM Radio pays $1.3M to settle suit over unpaid internships POSTED AUG 04, 2015 02:20 PM CDT BY MARTHA NEIL Image courtesy of Sirius XM. In the latest fallout from a wave of class litigation over unpaid internships at major corporations, Sirius XM Radio Inc. has agreed to pay as much as […]

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About 85 Percent of Law Students at California’s Unaccredited Schools Drop Out.

About 85 percent of law students at California’s unaccredited schools drop out POSTED JUL 27, 2015 07:48 AM CDT BY DEBRA CASSENS WEISS Photo from Shutterstock. Attending an unaccredited law school is a risky endeavor in California, even though graduates of such schools may take the state bar exam and become lawyers. About 85 percent of students […]

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5 Women with Extraordinary Careers Honored by Margaret Brent Awards

ANNUAL MEETING 5 women with extraordinary careers honored by Margaret Brent Awards POSTED AUG 02, 2015 07:35 PM CDT BY TERRY CARTER Prof. Emma Coleman Jordan receives a hug at the luncheon during which she received a Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award. All photos by ┬ęKathy Anderson. Women who have brought change to the […]

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Fired secretary is star witness at trial of ex-judge accused of operating business from chambers

  WHITE-COLLAR CRIME Fired secretary is star witness at trial of ex-judge accused of operating business from chambers POSTED JUL 21, 2015 03:00 PM CDT BY MARTHA NEIL A trial has begun that could cost a former Philadelphia Common Pleas Court judge his $6,000-a-month pension if the prosecution prevails. The government says Willis Berry Jr. effectively […]

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