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• Long-Stalled Associate Pay Poised to Rise A report issued last week by the National Association for Law Placement called entry-level salaries “remarkably stable.” But there is at least some evidence that pressure is building in the market for midlevel and senior-level associate pay increases. • New Editor of Legal Times James Oliphant, formerly executive editor of Legal Times, has been named editor in chief of the newspaper. • Stiffed Jailed telecom tycoon Walter Anderson is accused of hiding nearly $500,000,000 in income from the Internal Revenue Service. But the tax collector isn’t the only one Anderson is alleged to have shortchanged. • Graduation Day After a long and hard battle, the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law received full accreditation from the American Bar Association last week. • Soliciting Input Solicitor General Paul Clement, who replaced Theodore Olson as SG, has sent up a list of possible candidates for principal deputy solicitor general and is hoping to have someone in place before the start of the high court’s fall term, on Oct. 3. • Suing Bin Laden Kenyan victims of a 1998 terrorist bombing of the American Embassy in Nairobi can go forward with their suit against Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda, a three-judge panel from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled earlier this month. • Sprigging A Leak D.C. litigation boutique Spriggs & Hollingsworth may have lost 11 attorneys and roughly $6 million in business over the past month when two groups jumped ship. But Joe Hollingsworth, a founding partner at the 23-year-old firm, says he’s not worried. • Don’t Know Jack Attorneys for indicted Washington lobbyist Jack Abramoff and business partner Adam Kidan insist their clients acted appropriately in their 2000 purchase of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.’s troubled SunCruz Casinos in a deal that resulted in fraud and conspiracy charges. • Got Judges? The D.C. Judicial Nomination Commission is currently seeking nominees for a vacant seat on the D.C. Superior Court.

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