Morning Docket: 06.10.24 - Qoneqt
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    Sonal Shridhar Shinde in Lawyers

    10 Jun 06:56 PM


    Morning Docket: 06.10.24

    * The law reviews board continues to say it nuked the website to allow for better "editing" but there was only ever one plausible purpose, to create an "opportunity to engineer a de facto rescission of the offer of publication." [Dorf on Law]n* Practice area titles... mean what exactly? [American Lawyer]n* The conclusion of a three-part, in-depth look at Joshua Wrights career -- and not just his effort to sue the former students he was sleeping with. But... you know... thats still a pretty big part of it. [Wall Street Journal]n* Tesla rips lawyers request for $5.6B after saving the company $56B. [Law360]n* Hunter Biden to decide whether or not to testify. [Reuters]n* In-house counsel attempt to navigate diversity policy that improve performance with anti-DEI pressure from trolls. [Bloomberg Law News]n* Liberty Law Schools dean steps down to run a center in the universitys school of government, which sounds like more of a boondoggle befitting someone on a possible Trump Supreme Court shortlist. [TaxProf Blog]n* The Lawdragon 500 demonstrates yet again that high school and college debate goes a long way in this profession. [LinkedIn]nThe post Morning Docket: 06.10.24 appeared first on Above the Law.n