Readers may have noticed that when we cite the NYT's legal coverage favorably (honest, that does happen sometimes), a disproportionate share of the time the byline on the linked stories will read "Adam Liptak". Apparently, favorable regard from people like us has not served as a bar to his advancement. Congratulations are in order to him, to the Times, and to its readers.
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