Our Next President Will Probably Be a Lawyer. Objections?

FINANCE
• A former Morgan Stanley VP and her hedge-fund husband pleaded guilty in yet another instance of "pillow-talk" insider trading. [Bloomberg]
• Richard Josephberg, a longtime financier and former Goldman analyst, was sentenced to four years behind bars for failing to pay his taxes for 29 years. That's one year in the slammer for every seven without the IRS, not bad. [NYT]
• The unexplained cancellation of Henry Kravis's little talk at the NYPL has some wondering whether he's riding Steve Schwarzman's coattails once again — only this time out of the spotlight. [Deal Journal/WSJ]

FASHION
• Fashion may have to leave Fashion Avenue! Where would it go then? [WWD]
• Jaslene Gonzalez, winner of America's Next Top Model, actually booked a runway show. What's next? A Project Runway designer actually showing in the tents? [Fashionista]
• Keira Knightley admits she trades on her body, as it's "pretty much all I've got." [British Vogue]

LAW
• Porter Wilkinson, the newest daughter of a famous lawyer to be named a Supreme Court law clerk, is something of a beaut — and a former All American Lacrosse player. Talk about extra Waspy. [Above the Law]
• With six of the top candidates boasting (or hiding) JDs, our next president will very likely be a lawyer. [Law Blog/WSJ]
• Proskauer Rose plans to absorb the Paris boutique SGDM as the firm continues its European expansion. Looks like more Paris trips for Proskauer partners in the future. [Legal Week]