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  • Ahead of the Curve: All in the Family (Offices). Plus Justices on Campus and Conquering Harvard Law With Disabilities
    A new program at Indiana University Maurer School of Law will prepare students to advise very wealthy families in sophisticated financial transactions. And in other law school news, the average score on the Multistage Bar Exam ticked up and Emory University is investigating whether law school faculty members used racial slurs in the classroom—again.
  • Former Olympic Gymnast Hopes to Expand Sports Practice at Munck Wilson Mandala
    Olympic medalist Tasha Schwikert, who sued USA Gymnastics in connection with a sexual assault scandal, hopes to represent amateur athletes at the Dallas-based firm.
  • Morgan Lewis Offers Secretary Buyouts, but Promises Layoffs Won't Follow
    The firm, which is offering up to 52 weeks pay for legal secretaries who opt in, says it's looking for more innovative and cost-effective solutions for clients.
            Another FBI Official Heads to King & Spalding
    Sumon Dantiki is following an increasingly well-trod path between the agency and King & Spalding.
  • 'We're Now on a Trial Track.' Judge Pushes End-Game in Russian 'Troll Farm' Case
    U.S. District Judge Dabney Friedrich added at a hearing in a Mueller-related prosecution: "If I left this up to you all, we wouldn't be trying this case until 2021."