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Outsourcing pioneer decides US is best after allMar 03 2012

Almost a decade after helping to pioneer the trend of outsourcing legal work to India, a US firm has decided that things actually get done b

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Mar 03 2012Lawyer wins mad dash to Finnish line

A Finnish lawyer has proved that he is about much more than contracts and billable hours by winning ...

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Mar 04 2012MasterChef team faces Allens critique

In last night's (29 June) episode of MasterChef Australia the contestants faced their toughest chall...

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Mar 04 2012Lawyer uses arrest to pick up clients

An American lawyer has used his arrest as a great marketing opportunity, passing on his details to o...

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Mar 03 2012Gloomy career prospects for law graduates

Highlighting the apparently dismal career outlook for law graduates in the UK, a law firm has announ...

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Not so sober as a judgeMar 03 2012

For NSW judge Roderick Howie, it would seem his application of the law was based more along the lines of: "do as I say, not as I do".Howie, ...

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Lawyer in trouble for extra-curricular activitiesMar 03 2012

Maybe it was to fund her mounting student debts, but a young female lawyer in the US has been accused of performing sex acts for men at abou...

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Juror's 'lols' land her in jailMar 03 2012

For the second time in as many weeks, a juror has caused major havoc in the court room - this time causing the collapse of a £6 millio...

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Lawyer and client accused of house break-inMar 03 2012

An American lawyer has been accused of breaking into a house with his client.The International Business Times reports that San Diego lawyer ...

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Angelina aids pro bono causeMar 03 2012

Angelina Jolie is one busy lady.Now that she has helped to shape boyfriend Brad Pitt's makeover from a fresh-faced heart throb to a hirsute ...

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