The word is out, and without a leak. The investigative grand jury considering whether Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane (D) should face criminal charges has said she should, according to documents released by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. The released documents do not, however, provide any details on the testimony the grand jury heard. The released…
You reach point in law school where you no longer love the law, you simply find it fascinating.
Law students shouldn’t date in law school. That means they will.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane (D) appears headed for a bad year after having endured a pretty tough 2014. A leak from an investigative grand jury investigating a grand jury leak (yes, that’s right) says the jury has recommended criminal charges against Kane. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, which cited unnamed sources, the investigative grand…
If you are the lowliest person in your office, get the hell out of there when the mail comes around.
So you are a prosecutor. Congratulations! And you are prosecuting actual criminals who seem to have done bad things! Also congratulations! You should be very proud of yourself. What you should not do, ever, though, is do what Canyon County (Idaho) Deputy Prosecutor Erica Kallin did and decide that it would be a great idea…
How a bitter BigLaw partner views his prospects and resolutions for the future.
And now for the law student’s guide to New Year’s resolutions.
We all like to do the New Years resolutions thing, but let’s face it, there some resolutions that we, as lawyers, simply shouldn’t make. They’re a waste of time. Let’s just get them out in the open and save everyone a lot of heartburn:
Those non-lawyer, family members can be so annoying during the holidays – especially if you’re the only lawyer in the house.