Newsletter - May 27, 2022

Published weekly on Friday, the Newsletter covers the latest in legal, talent & tech. Newsletter - May 27, 2022


Zuckerberg Sued Over Cambridge Analytica Scandal - DC's AG Karl Racine, who filed the suit this week, says the FB founder should be held financially responsible for the Cambridge Analytica data scandal. More here.

AmLaw 200 - The BigLaw top second hundred firms (those ranked 101 to 200 respectively), are up 9.1% and headcount is up 1.3%. However, the revenue gap between the second hundred grew from $261M to $299M. More here

ContractWorks In-house Lawyers Experience Report - Amid the constant CLM buzz in legal tech is the fact that 77% of in-house lawyers surveyed had 'experienced a failed technology implementation' with some even leaving their jobs because of the tech they had to use. More here

Musk Posts Job Opp for Lawyers - The CEO took to Twitter last Friday asking attorneys to join Tesla's litigation team, "no white shoe" lawyers allowed. More here.

Neurodiversity in the Legal Industry - Haley Moss, an autistic non-practicing lawyer and neurodiversity expert, speaks on the necessity for understanding how best to accommodate neurodiverse lawyers and clients. More here

Syracuse University Online JD Program - The groundbreaking online JD program (which served as a model for other similar programs during the pandemic) helped 45 of the 199 College of Law graduates get their JDi degree. More here

Miami Becomes BigLaw Boomtown - The latest go-to destination for Big Law presence sees the likes of Kirkland & Ellis, Winston & Strawn announcing the opening of new offices. More here

In-house? Join the conversation on Fishbowl (anonymous).

Legal Jobs 👩🏾‍⚖️

We curate the best in-house jobs so you don't have to. See 1000+ open positions on or click here to post a job.

Share post: Logo
Welcome to

Connect with peers, level up skills, and find jobs at the world's best in-house legal departments Logo
Welcome to

Connect with peers, level up your skills, and find jobs at the world's best in-house legal departments