Host of Above the Law - Thinking Like a Lawyer
Joe Patrice is an Editor at Above the Law. For over a decade, he practiced as a litigator at both Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton and Lankler Siffert & Wohl, representing a variety of individuals, institutions, and foreign sovereigns in criminal and civil matters. Then Joe left private practice to concentrate on making snide remarks about other lawyers which is at least as fulfilling as motion practice.
Also, some salty law school talk.
And what's going on with the legal market right now?
Also, Joe Biden's documents elicit special counsel attention.
It’s only the beginning.
Always waiting until the last minute.
Looking back at the good... and mostly bad.
It's all about optics.
Also the country may have dodged a constitutional bullet.
But they caught me with some contemporaneous third-party emails?
ABA poised to eliminate standardized testing requirement... but should it?
Also, bonus season begins!
Annual gathering aims to silence woke heretics... misses spectacularly.
It's not 2009 all over again, but it's not great.
Also, hybrid work models show strain.
Also lawyers don't make enough money... maybe.
Joe went to a conference... here's what went down.
Even small firms can use PR to their advantage. Joe Patrice talks with Pamela Smith about her packed session at ClioCon to learn more about PR strategies for firms of any size....
But it might make you a sociopath.
Receive The Appropriate Prizes.
And we speak of mermaids and copyrights.
Also, judges need to get their act together.
See, it was an elaborate art piece to demonstrate the futility of law.
Um... 28 U.S.C. Section... Why Not?
We didn't plan to get this deep into the feels, but here we are.
The FBI’s search of Trump’s residence has brought on a whole lot of caterwauling on cable news and social media from lawyers and law professors in Trump’s orbit. Yet no one seems...
Alex Jones is not going to be paying anything near what the jury determined.
This podcast must vest, if at all, within 21 years...
Mistakes were made.
Due diligence is your friend, Elon. Twitter has sued Elon Musk for walking away from his plans to purchase the company and it’s hard to see how Musk gets out of this...
Plus Texas targets Biglaw.
January 6 hearings invite a more hearsay mistakes than the bar exam.
Constitutional law is more of a vibe now. Well there’s not much to talk about in the legal world besides the Supreme Court so… let’s do that. The Court ruled that state...
Starting to notice a pattern?
Also, people don't want to go back to the office. At all.
The bar exam is a daunting obstacle, but it doesn't have to be.
Original Thinking Like A Lawyer co-host Elie Mystal makes a guest appearance.
And the 5th Circuit approves.
Dobbs leak dominates news.
Listen to this like a time capsule...
So many stories.
They'll never learn, but that doesn't mean the public doesn't need to know.
Check out the stellar transitions in this one!
There's a value in rankings... just don't overdo it.
Yale made headlines as media tries to turn by-the-book protest into controversy.
And how far can you stretch this for a party?
It's been a while since we've gathered for a trade show... and then we had two.
Cravath proved they’re still the Biglaw compensation leader by coming over the top of Davis Polk’s raises. Now the question is — who will follow them? Which lawyers are still working for...
Jack Newton and Kimberly Bennett chat about improving law firm businesses by analyzing innovations in adjacent realms of industry.
Judge Scott Schlegel shares essential technology tips for facilitating virtual court.
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