Monday, October 8, 2007

Law blog round-up, 10/8

Happy Monday! Things are a bit slow on the blawg front today, maybe because of the Columbus Day holiday, but here are a few law links for you:

Ron Miller at the Maryland Injury Lawyer Blog has a post on the proposed changes to Maryland’s attorney trust account rules. The Court of Appeals is going to consider this at a public meeting on Dec. 3.

Supreme Court justices: they’re just like us! The always-insightful Volokh Conspiracy has a funny little post about the release party for Clarence Thomas’ new book.

Carolyn Elefant, who evangelizes about the benefits of going solo at her blog My Shingle, has a post about striking out on your own, then returning to big-firm life when you’ve established yourself.

U.S. District Judge Nancy Gertner has a nice essay at Ms. JD about those Working Mother rankings of the best law firms for women. The Massachusetts judge argues that even the best firms are not doing a good enough job of keeping and promoting women.

-CARYN TAMBER, Legal Affairs Writer

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