A Harvard Law School student organization is trying to discourage law students nationwide from applying for summer associate positions at Venable LLP because of the firm’s use of mandatory arbitration clauses in employment agreements. The clauses, which, among other things, ...Read More »
A long-running dispute involving Maryland’s historically black colleges has cost the Maryland Higher Education Commission millions. The Baltimore Sun reports the commission has spent more than $2.2 million defending itself in the lawsuit, according to records provided to the paper ...Read More »
Several local lawyers are receiving high honors these days.
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Ivey chair of MLSC The Maryland Legal Services Corp. has elected Glenn F. Ivey, a partner at Venable LLP and former state’s attorney for Prince George’s County, as chair. He succeeds F. Vernon Boozer, who served as MLSC chair for nine ...Read More »
After two to three years in which law firms cut back on hiring first-year associates, lowered the salaries offered or deferred start dates for the incoming class, many in the legal community said they are feeling optimistic. Erek Barron, chair ...Read More »
E. Scott Johnson wins arts award E. Scott Johnson, chair of Ober|Kaler’s intellectual property group, has been awarded the 2012 Golden Formstone Award from the Creative Alliance in recognition of more than 25 years of leadership in the arts community, including ...Read More »