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W&L Salutes Newly Admitted Deaf Members of U.S. Supreme Court Bar

W&L attorney Teresa Curtin from New York and 11 other deaf or hard-of-hearing attorneys were sworn into the U.S. Supreme Court bar Tuesday morning, April 19. The event received national media coverage, with articles appearing in The Washington Post and on Reuters. Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., who presided over this historic occasion, surprised…

Why W&L Employees Call the Firm ‘Home, Sweet Home’

It says something very positive about a law firm when 50 of the people working for it have been part of that organization’s family for 15 years or longer. In the case of Weitz & Luxenberg, it says that those lawyers, paralegals, administrative assistants, clerical workers, technical support specialists and others really like the job…

W&L’s Bilsborrow Will Attend AAJ Leadership Academy

Attorney James Bilsborrow is one of a dozen lawyers from around the nation chosen to participate this year in an American Association for Justice (AAJ) training academy to develop promising new leaders of the legal profession. Bilsborrow will attend the AAJ’s Leadership Academy between May and October — at sessions first in Dallas, then in Montreal, and…

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