The intersection of law, innovation and technology has always naturally created friction, as changes to one do not necessarily accompany changes to the other. To that end, it is incumbent upon principals in the industries to constantly audit the others for the sake of the consumers and constituents who operate in those spaces.
Selina Soule, Alanna Smith, and Chelsea Mitchell, female high school track athletes, filed a lawsuit in federal court arguing Connecticut’s prep sports guidance allows ‘biological males’ to compete with girls, thus robbing them of scholarship opportunities. So reports The Washington Times.
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Christopher Hook, a plaintiff’s lawyer in an insurance dispute, used some very strong language during settlement talks with the legal team at Sheppard Mullin. So reports Above the Law.
A lack of "access to success" is the main reason senior female attorneys are substantially more likely to walk away from law than their male counterparts.
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