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Law firm revenue stronger than expected [Big Law Business]
When is a parental leave policy really gender neutral? [Labour Sphere]
What are the consequences of having a for-profit legal education sector? [Inside Higher Ed]
US banks plan to move jobs out of london [Financial News]
How to legally fire an extremist [Employment & Labour]
Immigrants remain vulnerable to dodgy lawyers [Star Tribune]
Should law school accreditation be linked to the number of students who get "real law" jobs? [ABA Journal]
How not to do reputation management [American Lawyer]
How should global law firms prepare for the GDPR? [Big Law Business]
What to look for in the NAFTA negotiations. [Herbert Smith Freehills]
Meet Marcia Hoffman, the lawyer defending the man who stopped WannaCry [Forbes]
PwC fined $6.6 million, in the largest ever sanction issued by the UK's accounting regulator. [Big Law Business]
Whose moved where in BigLaw [BigLawBusiness]
For Profit Charlotte School of Law finally shuts [NewYorkTimes]
What to avoid when funding your studies [Forbes]
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