Saturday, February 19, 2022 Happy belated Valentine’s Day from the National Law Review team. Please read on for new legal industry hires, promotions and awards. Firm Recognition & Awards Much is included on the 2022 Top Workplaces USA list, which recognizes organizations with a people-centered culture. “At Much, our culture […]

Megan Carpenter Megan Carpenter, dean of the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law for the last four years, has been reappointed to the job, the school announced. Carpenter, who joined the institution in 2017, is also a tenured professor there. The school said that under Carpenter’s leadership, […]

The authors tell us, in some detail, about Mahmood the educationist, whose experiences at Cambridge shaped the manner in which learning was imparted at MAO College Topics BOOK REVIEW | Literature Syed Mahmood: Colonial India’s Dissenting Judge Author: Mohammed Nasir & Samreen Ahmed Publisher: Bloomsbury Pages: 274 Price: Rs 699 The […]

From Mirror staff reports Pennsylvania is cracking down on ghost guns, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Friday. The Pennsylvania State Police began officially tracking the seizure of and recovery of ghost guns from crime scenes in 2021. Philadelphia began tracking these same numbers in 2019. Philadelphia recorded 95 seizures […]

Lawmakers took their first steps Wednesday toward reining in how property insurers do business in Louisiana, advancing out of committee a series of proposals that regulate how insurance companies respond to policyholders in the aftermath of a catastrophe. Following two years of devastating hurricanes, lawmakers said the No. 1 complaint […]

U.S. News & World Report sent the embargoed version of its 2023 “Best Grad Schools” list to law schools a few weeks ahead of its official release and one admissions expert said there appears to be significant changes to the methodology that could result in increased “volatility in the rankings.” Mike Spivey, of Spivey Consulting, wrote […]