LINCOLN — This week’s departure of Nebraska basketball assistant Kenya Hunter to Connecticut has created some doubt about how committed high school guard Xavier Johnson is to the Huskers.Hunter was the lead recruiter for the 6-foot-2, 180-pound player from Bishop O’Connell High in Arlington, Virginia. Johnson signed an NU letter of intent in November.He went on to earn player of the year honors in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference. Two recent winners of that award are Markelle Fultz, the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NBA draft (Philadelphia) after a year in college at Washington, and Melo Trimble, a three-year starter and two-time first-team All-Big Ten pick at Maryland who just finished his first pro season in the NBA G League. On Thursday, Nebraska coach Tim Miles and assistant Michael Lewis visited Johnson, his family and O’Connell coach Joe Wootten, son of legendary DeMatha High coach Morgan Wootten.The relationship the Johnsons built with Hunter has … [Read more...] about Touted signee Xavier Johnson reconsidering future with Nebraska basketball after assistant’s departure
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PUBLISHED: 14:30 29 January 2019 | UPDATED: 15:20 29 January 2019 David Hannant: Local democracy reporter The Lord Mayors Procession 2018 Byline: Sonya Duncan Copyright: Archant 2018 ARCHANT EASTERN DAILY PRESS (01603) 772434 The captain of one the most eye-catching floats of the Lord Mayor’s Procession says he fears for the future of the parade - if the city council goes ahead with plans to exclude trucks from the event. The Lord Mayor's Procession winding through the streets of Norwich. Picture: Ian BurtFor one day of the year, IT director Steve Temple becomes the swash-buckling Captain Jack as his stunning pirate ship takes centre stage during the annual celebration.The 2019 procession would have marked the 10th year the popular attraction has featured in the parade, with Mr Temple and the team at InTouch System having invested hundreds of hours of time and thousands of pounds in it over the years.However, with Norwich City Council looking to run … [Read more...] about Pirate ship captain fears for future of Lord Mayor’s Procession due to lorry ban
As the legal profession adjusts to shifts in the market, legal technology advances and the unbundling of legal services, lawyers can take solace that they’re still in high demand.And even though some BigLaw stalwarts—Cravath, Swaine & Moore, Debevoise & Plimpton, and Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton—are so far successfully navigating uncertain waters by sticking to traditional law firm models, the New York Times notes there may be a “more sweeping transformation” on the horizon.In that transformation, firms may look more and more like Mark Harris’ Axiom Law, the paper’s Dealbook blog notes.Harris, a Davis Polk & Wardwell veteran, “is trying to rewrite the law firm business model” with his 900-lawyer firm, which is devoid of partners and aims to offer BigLaw service at cut-throat prices. (Also see: “Legal Rebels: Mark Harris’ ‘Managed Services’ Make Multimillions”)Harris isn’t … [Read more...] about Law Firm of the Future
Twelve years ago, Jaret Davis was working as a summer associate at Greenberg Traurig.Now the 35-year-old corporate and securities lawyer is the No. 3 attorney in his law firm’s second-largest office, filling a newly created position as administrative shareholder, reports the Daily Business Review in an article reprinted in New York Lawyer (reg. req.).Davis will handle lateral recruiting and community relations for Mark Bloom and Richard Giusto Jr., the managing partners of the office.He is a 1999 magna cum laude graduate of the University of Miami School of Law.His new role is “a reflection of the firm’s proactive vision of positioning attorneys in the earlier stages of their career to become the future leaders of Greenberg Traurig,” said Matt Gorson, the president of the firm, in a written statement. … [Read more...] about Meet Jaret Davis, 35, No. 3 Lawyer at Greenberg’s Miami Office