Simply take the number of current lawyers out of the number of lawyers to passed the bar.
These top states are:
Puerto Rico 68.9 %
Alaska 56.7 %
Tennessee 53.6 %
Alabama 51.5 %
Missouri 50.8 %
Massachusetts 50.1 %
Minnesota 50 %
The new server adds a boost to data analytics. Perhaps such technology may help analyse data and determine judgements.
Additoinal changes to the legal profession. We are being asked always less legal mind-set and more corporate approaches.
Nice article from thelawyer.com dedicated to all those jurists that are or have considered quitting their field; think accurately of:
- challenging yourself
- various skills
- the security of your role
- open doors, aka available options
Utrecht, the Netherlands: a citizen on social security benefits denies request to unwear the niqab (hiding the whole face) when offered a training to find employment. Her benefits are therefore reduced for 2 months.
Lawyers spend roughly 20% of their time in research and 37% of their searches begin on Google or Bing.
Why not Google Scholar, then?
Golden times are past, now. If by 2006 only 6 professions eanred (in average) more than a lawyer, now the figure arose to 9 since, considering inflation, salaries have actually decreased by almost 3% since then.
Schoenefeld v Schneirman gave a chance to NY justices to rehash the duty to maintain an office in NY, instead of taking it as a violation of the Constitution’s privilige and immunity clause. Yet, justices argues such clause was not in the protectionist interest of NY residents.
LLMs are fancy products well marketed in the US also because they let the US rake up about $350m per year in tuition fees and 10’000 potential talents.
Yet, the America First Policy by Trump may change a lot of things.