Tuesday, August 30, 2011



$280,000 | That’s how much top corporate law firms are paying recent Supreme Court clerks as a signing bonus. And that’s in addition to the young lawyer’s starting salary and annual bonuses, which can yield up to an additional $200,000 per year for an associate in their third year out of law school. Ever wonder why workers, consumers, and other ordinary Americans are completely outgunned by big corporate legal teams? This is why.


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