Home Morning Roundup Post View Count: 269 Share Tweet Share Share Email By joshua Posted on September 13, 2010 Good 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…. What Where Search Jobs 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… Get JD Journal in Your Mail Subscribe to our FREE daily news alerts and get the latest updates on the most happening events in the legal, business, and celebrity world. You also get your daily dose of humor and entertainment!! Subscribe Law School admissions officers survey tells prospective students how to prepare… Burleson Cooke added nine attorneys to its Pittsburgh office… Related Items:ACLU, admissions, admissions officers, airport, Appalachian Basin, attorney-client privilege, billing, Burleson Cooke, California, cases, charging per hour, Charles Wilk, Confirmation, congress, conspiracy, Constitution, corporate executive board, ct tymetrix, d.c., Dan Woods, defraud government, disqualified, Don't Ask, Don't Tell, eastern district of new york, electronic eavesdropping, Elena Kagan, energy law firm, energy service providers, Erwin Chemerinsky, false tax return, first amendment, gay rights, gays, Government, government policy, graduates, grassroots, guilty, Haim Saban, historical, Homeland Security, homosexuality, IRS, Jeff Sessions, Jeffrey Greenstein, judge, Justice, kaplan test prep and admissions, Kevin Colosimo, kickback, laptops, law, law school, legal breaking news, Legal Jobs, lesbians, Lisa Wayne, Log Cabin Repubmicans, Los Angeles, LSAT, Marcellus Shale, Matthew Krane, midstream segment, military, Monday News Articles, morning news roundup, most expensive, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, National Press Photographers Association, New York City, no-participation slip, obama, oil and gas industry, Pascal Abidor, Pittsburgh, prison, Quellos, raised rates, Rates, recommendation, recuse, Rick Burleson, search, smartphones, Supreme Court, survey, tax shelter, taxes, unconstitutional, upstream segment, Virginia Philips, washington, White & Case LLP, women Share Tweet Share Share Email Recommended for you Doctor Sentenced to 30 Years to Life for Drug Prescriptions “Return of Kings” Cancels Pro-Rape Meetings Should Law Students Receive Credit For Paid Internships? Click to comment RECENT POST The Legal Industry Dominates in Content Marketing Attorneys Have Problems With Drinking 7 Things You Didn’t Know about Mark Geragos Doctor Sentenced to 30 Years to Life for Drug Prescriptions Apple Ordered to Pay $625 Million to Patent Troll Did Lotto Officials Destroy a Man’s $63 Million Ticket? First Lawsuit Emerges after State Lottery-Fixing Scandal RECENT COMMENTSkeke on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?keke on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?keke on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?keke on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?Deebers1956 on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?