Morning Docket: 05.15.23

* LSAT lives to fight another day as ABA halts its new rule to make the exam optional in the admissions process. Nothing inspires confidence like an accrediting body that repeatedly changes its mind! [Reuters]

* Britney Spears paid Greenberg Traurig over $4 million in the aftermath of her conservatorship. It seems as though people who care about her could’ve saved her a lot of money by ending the conservatorship without requiring lawyers get involved, huh? [TMZ]

* Firms may be trying to push people back to the office, but the hybrid work experience is also fueling creative lateral recruitment because firms care a lot less about office time when lawyers are bringing over fat books of business. []

* The absurdist YSL case continues with an attorney curing a contempt rap with an order of wings. [WSB]

* Prince Harry will be the first royal to testify in court in over a century. I guess congratulations are in order for Prince Andrew somehow failing to break that record first. [Deadline]

* Former attorney who fled the country after killing his girlfriend in “self-defense” convicted of murder. [New York Times]

* Actress Fran Drescher writes about tax law for Bloomberg. It all makes sense. [Bloomberg Law News]

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