• Check out the state Superior Court’s Pittsburgh docket for June 26.  [PaCourts]
  • If you’re unemployed in the city, you might have better luck in the Midwest, where people drive “50 or 60 miles” to find attorneys — and attorneys are actually recruiting law students.  [WSJ]
  • Lower prices for Pennsylvania’s “dry” methane gas is driving energy companies — and their lawyers — to Ohio.  [Post-Gazette]
  • Justice Joan Orie Melvin will wait a little longer to find out if she can collect her salary while fighting corruption charges.  [PaCourts]
  • Pennsylvania is one of 26 states affected by today’s Supreme Court decision outlawing mandatory life sentences for kids. [Post-Gazette] [WSJ]
  • Real estate firm is hiring a part-time attorney to do evictions, arbitrations, for “few hours a day” for $30,000 per year. This could pay your rent while you build your practice.  [Craigslist]
  • Executive Legal Finders is collecting resumes for midlevel associates.  [Craigslist]
  • Burns White is looking for a Medicare lawyer.  [Monster]