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The Death of the Billable Hour? (access required)

Some law firms unchain first-year lawyers from its requirements For years, experts have predicted the imminent death of the billable hour, but for some first-year associates, the predictions are finally coming true. Starting this year, Atlanta-based Ford & Harrison completely ...

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What about teachers? (access required)

One group of public employees received special mention in the recent Supreme Court whistleblower case, Garcetti v. Ceballos. In the majority opinion, Justice Anthony Kennedy responded to concerns voiced in Justice David Souter’s dissent that teachers and professors might be ...

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