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Friday Legal Link Round Up

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Being a good ole boy pays. So is there an application I fill out???

The Washington Post’s Carrie Johnson traces the ins and outs of the referral system in D.C.’s tight-knit legal community and finds millions of dollars built on sometimes serendipitous relationships that go back decades in Their Own Defense: D.C.’s Clubby Attorneys Keep Corporate Work in the Flock.

It’s good to be in International Arbitration in Houston

Houston, We Have an Arbitration – The international arbitration practices of three Houston lawyers – Mark Baker of Fulbright & Jaworski , Doak Bishop of King & Spalding and Michael Goldberg of Baker Botts raise eyebrows on American Lawyers international arbitration scorecard.

More from The Case that Keeps on Giving

Ron Goldman’s family bankruptcy trustee sues gossip site that publishes O.J.’s If I Did It.

Um, do-over?

One lawyer learns that chilling effects can work both ways when his threat of a lawsuit backfires in a very public way. Welcome to the blogosphere sir!

Why Fix a Mental Health Problem Today when You Can Clean Up a Crime Tomorrow?

Grits for Breakfast takes a look at the numbers and wonders How many kids are in juvie hall for being mentally ill? Texas is one of the worst in the nation at providing mental health care for youth and Harris County (Houston) is one of the worst in Texas. Does it take a genius to connect the dots? Poor mental health cervices = more crime. But I suppose the upside is it gives our politicians something to ‘be tough’ on.

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