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Toilet breaks are for sissiesMar 03 2012

The current US Supreme Court nominee, Elena Kagan, currently going through confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee, has

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Mar 03 2012No football please: We're lawyers

A partner at Freshfields' Madrid office has kicked-off about colleagues watching the World Cup, repo...

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Mar 03 2012Wannabe lawyer seeks "perfect boss"

A New York-based law student has taken an alternative approach to securing his position in the compe...

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Mar 03 2012Bras for clients

Clients of Miami lawyers face a dilemma that may mean shedding their bra - or not. For Miami lawyer ...

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Mar 03 2012Saviour for sleep-deprived lawyers

A Utah company has developed a product that promises to meet the dreams of every sleep-deprived lawy...

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I'm too sexy...Mar 03 2012

An American banker is suing her former employer, Citibank, for firing her because she is too good-looking. Above the Law reports the modest ...

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Folklaw's guide to the World CupMar 03 2012

Folklaw can't help but jump on a bandwagon, and what better bandwagon to jump on today but the World Cup? So to ensure you're not mute when ...

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Rubbery terrine wreaks havocMar 03 2012

Tragedy has struck our troupe of hardy lawyers shucking, poaching and reducing it out on the phenomenally popular reality TV cooking show, M...

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The world's most outrageous lawsuitsMar 03 2012

An American woman has once again demonstrated that the USA is the undisputed global capital for ridiculous lawsuits.Google is the latest vic...

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A&O takes tip from Britain's Got TalentMar 03 2012

The dance group that brought world-famous Britain's Got Talent contestant Susan Boyle to her knees - when they, against the odds, took out t...

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