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JD JournalGood morning everyone! Today is Monday, September 13th. Here’s a quick recap of Friday’s stories.

The ACLU will represent defense lawyers against U.S. Homeland Security

According to a CT TyMetrix Inc. and The Corporate Executive  Board survey, billing rates in Washington, D.C. are the second highest in the U.S….

  
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The Quellos Group owners pled guilty to fraud and tax evasion

The “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy was ruled unconstitutional in California’s 9th District

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan disqualified herself from 10 more cases

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Law School admissions officers survey tells prospective students how to prepare

Burleson Cooke added nine attorneys to its Pittsburgh office



 

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