Morning Docket: 03.12.24

* Robert Hur set to testify about why his report was roughly 1 page of “no crime” and 50 pages of “Joe Biden is so old (How old is he?) He’s so old that he remembers the first Lochner era” [CNN]

* WilmerHale’s Harvard ties subject to ethics complaint though there’s no apparent ethical problem but we all have to talk about it because outlets like the New York Post are going to bleat about it. [Bloomberg Law News]

* Ranchers tried tampering with government equipment to get more subsidies… and somehow there’s a prison break and a dead body involved. [CBS News]

* Freshfields standardizes offices to one-size fits all. That ought to get the partners on board with working from home. [American Lawyer]

* Miami Law burning through deans like Apprentice contestants. [Daily Business Review]

* Final client who refused identifying themselves as victim of the Covington hack has caved. [Law360]

* First time bar passage rates are up. It’s still a stupid test. [Reuters]

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