In a world of sound bites where people get their news from late-night comedy shows, telling positive lawyer jokes may be more effective than you’d think.
A Big Law partner reflects on her role in United States v. Texas, and how large law firms can greatly impact public policy through pro bono work.
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Judges in their own words
“We are reminded of the song lyric from a half-century ago: ‘You don’t miss your water/Till your well runs dry.’ (William Bell, “You Don't Miss Your Water” (Universal Music Pub. Group 1961).)”
— Presiding Justice Conrad Rushing, California Court of Appeal, Sixth Appellate District
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