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    Media world

    By Richard Acello | June 14, 2010

    COMPANY PROFILE Reed Elsevier PLC is the London-based owner of one half of Reed Elsevier Group PLC (the other half is based in the Netherlands). Its holdings include players in the

  • Legal Times

    Mukasey Frustrates Senators With Waterboarding Answers

    By Pedro Ruz Gutierrez and Joe Palazzolo | January 30, 2008

    Attorney General Michael Mukasey on Wednesday refused once again to debate the legality of waterboarding and deflected questions from senators that sought his analysis on the controversi

  • Legal Times

    Courtside: The Clerk Effect

    By Tony Mauro | November 3, 2003

    COUNTING THE CLERKSFive years after the lack of diversity among the Supreme Court's law clerks became an issue, diversity seems to have taken hold and become more commonpl

  • National Law Journal

    What went wrong?

    By Sheldon Whitehouse / Special to The National Law Journal | March 17, 2008

    For the first time, the Department of Justice has announced it is investigating one of the most astounding failures of legal scholarship in its history: how waterboarding, historically r

  • National Law Journal

    'Soft Science' Part II

    By Edward J. Imwinkelried | November 20, 2006

    The previous column was the first part of a discussion of the applicability of Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals Inc., 509 U.S. 579 (1993), to "soft" sciences such as mental

  • National Law Journal

    Law clerk hiring plan is dead, and good riddance

    By Aaron L. Nielson | February 11, 2013

    Law students everywhere, be warned — the Federal Judges Law Clerk Hiring Plan is dead. If you want a clerkship, don't think you can wait until the fall of your 3L year to apply. You

  • National Law Journal

    Corporate outsourcing fuels law firms' growth

    By Sheri Qualters / Staff reporter | January 28, 2008

    Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman is riding a new wave of corporate outsourcing work as companies farm out more types of professional work, reformulate older contracts and hash out contrac

  • National Law Journal

    Make your own kind of music

    By Tracey I. Batt, Esq. | June 18, 2007

    My tastes are, shall we say, eclectic. When I was an associate at a big firm in Manhattan, my office was filled with an unimaginable range of ... stuff. I almost said "tchotchkes," but t

  • National Law Journal

    A TV drama unfolds at the FCC

    By Jenna Greene | June 4, 2012

    Railing against government regulations is practically a national pastime for businesses — except sometimes, regulation has its privileges. That little-acknowledged fact is apparent in a

  • National Law Journal

    For law firms, revolving door is speeding up

    By Jenna Greene and Matthew Huisman | October 8, 2012

    To law firms, a presidential election means more than debates and conventions and bumper stickers. It's also a chance to acquire talent. The revolving door between law firms and the fe

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