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In-House Interrogatory

Today we are taking a look at in-house attorneys and pro bono work. Asked: Our weekly question to the In-House community More corporate legal departments are emphasizing pro bono work by instituting more structured pro bono programs and backing them ...

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First a degree, then Chapter 7

As if the job market were not hard enough for recent college graduates, now comes news of another potential pitfall — bankruptcy. The number of people with bachelor’s degrees filing for bankruptcy jumped more than 20 percent between 2006 and ...

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Getaways: The Final Frontier

Ladies and gentlemen, this is my final Getaways post. Yes, that’s right. I’m taking a job in D.C. and leaving Baltimore. I decided to ignore that silly WaPo article about Baltimore being better than the District. But hopefully “Getaways” itself ...

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Ministers opposed to slots, games at Rosecroft

FORT WASHINGTON — Three dozen ministers say they plan to fight against adding slot machines or table games at Rosecroft Raceway in Prince George’s County. The Washington Post reports that the ministers and other members of the Collective Empowerment Group have ...

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