EQUAL JUSTICE WORKS IN THE NEWS
Equal Justice Works Alumnus Kevin Bankston criticizes the passing of
the telecom immunity bill, FISA.
Christian Science Monitor
Greenberg Traurig chief executive officer and Equal Justice Works board
member Cesar Alvarez comments on increasing opportunities for women and
minorities in law firms.
Daily Business Review
Growing ranks of college graduates, amid a worsening job market, are contributing to a surge in applications and enlistments at public-service agencies.
Wall Street Journal
A dedication to pro bono work helps put Munger at the top of an industry magazine's list, a first for the city.
Los Angeles Times
A recent report begs the question: Will the economic downturn end up enhancing the commitment of law firms to pro bono?
Law students respond to increasing demand and debate by applying skills to immigration cases.
Faculties and students examine whether the needs of society and the profession are being served by the way law is taught and learned today.
National Law Journal