Oct 11, 2012

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Voter ID Laws Live On
Huffington Post
Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist began his political career intimidating blacks and Hispanics waiting in line to vote in his home state of Arizona. It was 1964 and Rehnquist, a practicing lawyer at the time, demanded to see identification ...
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Princeton Review Publishes 2013 Edition of Best 168 Law Schools
The five ratings used by the Princeton Review to rank law schools include Admissions Selectivity Rating, Academic Experience Rating, Professors Interesting Rating, Professors Accessible Rating, and Career Rating. Out of the five, all but the Admissions ...
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Tim Fox is right choice, says former chief justice
Great Falls Tribune
Among the most rewarding responsibilities I had was to swear in new attorneys to the practice of law. It was in this role that I first met Tim Fox years ago as he began his legal career. Fox is now running to be Montana's next attorney general, and I ...
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Army Career and Alumni Program expands
Fort Leavenworth Lamp
The TAP workshops, which were previously highly encouraged but are now mandatory, will be five days instead of three under the new law, Rosene said. The curriculum is expanding and will continue to do so into next year, with more lessons on job ...
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South Carolina's Voter-ID Law Upheld in Federal Court
National Review Online (blog)
There was no basis for its claim that the law was discriminatory. In fact, sources within DOJ reportedly told former DOJ lawyer Christian Adams that career lawyers in the Voting Section of the Civil Rights Division recommended preclearance of the law ...
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From USAO to Uniden: Huber finds success post-Drovers
Chickasha Express Star
Huber, a 1998 business graduate, played for the Drovers' women's basketball team from 1994 to 1998 and has gone to develop a successful law career. Huber is one of nine former athletes to be honored at the 40th Anniversary of Athletics, scheduled on ...
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Letter: Kennedy Is Qualified for the Job
Upon completing his work with the Peace Corps, Joe entered Harvard Law School where he served on the board of a student run pro bono law firm, assisting many individuals struggling with financial problems, impending foreclosures, etc. During the same ...
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Lamar weighs career academies for 3 high schools
Hattiesburg American
Pace said health science was chosen as the field for Oak Grove High School's potential career academy because of the number of medical facilities in the area. She said law enforcement might be the field of interest for Purvis High School's career ...
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Latham, Kirkland on Bain, Eversheds: Business of Law
The logic behind that stance was questioned by Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Stephen Breyer, who said they saw little difference between the Texas policy and the University of Michigan Law School plan upheld in 2003. The 2003 decision, Grutter v ...
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MAINE COMPASS: Plessy case didn't define Chief Justice Fuller's entire career
Kennebec Journal
The Court by a 6-3 vote held that Congress had the absolute authority to expel aliens without cause. Fuller, writing a separate dissent, argued that resident aliens enjoyed the protection of the Constitution and could not be deported without due ...
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Deputy Told His Actions Were Jeopardizing Chief's Reputation, Career: Memo
Journal & Topics Newspapers Online
Approximately four months later, Prandini retired ending a 34-year law enforcement career. Several sources have said that Prandini was forced out of his job mainly because of the internal turmoil that was gripping the department. In his lawsuit against ...
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Woman, 20, 'denied job as "Kilt Girl" at restaurant because she couldn't fit ...
Daily Mail
Watch More News Videos at ABC | 2012 Presidential Election | Entertainment & Celebrity News. Read more: KESQ: Tilted Kilt Hiring Process Protected by Law · ABCNews.com: Woman Who Can't Fit Into Skirt Denied Job as 'Kilt Girl' ...
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Daily Mail
Alumnus stresses skills over passion
The Dartmouth
As a lawyer, Chad Silverman '02 said he believes passion is crucial for career satisfaction. The high burnout rate in his line of work is largely due to the fact that many people choose to go to law school without a clear motivation for pursuing a ...
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GOLD law alumni set mixer
Buffalo Law Journal
... includes an open bar and hors d'oeuvres. According to GOLD, the mixer is an opportunity for alumni and students to network and explore educational and career opportunities. RSVP by Oct. 26 at www.law.buffalo.edu/AlumniEvent.asp or call 716-645-2107.
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A career that's gone from policing to politics to advocacy
Globe and Mail
Following my graduate studies in 1997, I went into law enforcement – first as an immigration officer and later as a police officer. Shortly after the Ontario Liberals were elected in 2003, I began working at Queen's Park as an adviser to Deputy Premier ...
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Globe and Mail
US Election: profile of Joe Biden
After a brief law career, the 29-year-old Biden defeated a sitting Republican in a 1972 Senate race. Before he took office, his family was in a tragic car accident that killed his first wife and young daughter and seriously injured his two sons. As a ...
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Rust pleads guilty, loses law enforcement license
Tri County Leader
If it means I have to lose a 14-year career in law enforcement, so be it," he said earlier. During the 2012 Primary Election between four candidates for Precinct 3 Constable, Rust placed fourth and missed out on the runoff by 326 votes. He later ...
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Career Confidential: The Child Services Worker Who Takes Kids Away From ...
You're only allowed to interview kids about their sexual abuse three times, so we try to save those interviews for police and other law enforcement. In order to remove a child from a home, there has to be extreme risk to the child. If the kids are ...
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First NAU Ladhoff Lecture Series premieres October 18
Northern Arizona Today
Mr. Ettinger is a 1980 graduate of NAU attended the Columbus School of Law, Catholic University of America. Having earned his commission in the Air Force while at NAU through ROTC, he began his professional career as a Judge Advocate. His last active ...
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Career Service Exam slated on October 21
Philippine Information Agency
Thursday 11th of October 2012. DAGUPAN CITY, Oct 11 (PIA) -- The Civil Service Commission (CSC) will conduct the career service examination paper and pencil test (CSE-PPT) for professional and sub-professional levels on October 21 in the cities of ...
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Cobb school district may pare SPLOST list to 1 career academy
Marietta Daily Journal
"While I understand the law and I read the Attorney General's letter, I am a little perplexed at the leaning that's taking place on school districts and school boards around this state," she said. "It certainly wasn't the case when TSPLOST was promoted ...
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Partner Profile: John W Mann
Lawyers Weekly
... during your career? The information revolution has not only changed M&A but, in my opinion, has fundamentally changed the practice of law. ... There have been many highlights in my career, including making partner at a relatively young age. In ...
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SUNY Fredonia Announces Events For Graduate School Week
Jamestown Post Journal
FREDONIA - The State University at Fredonia's Career Development Office will host its annual Graduate School Fair from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18, in the Williams Center Multipurpose Room. SUNY Fredonia students, alumni, faculty, staff and community ...
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Crosby says goodbye to legenday law man Paddy Bryson
Among those attending the service was comedian Ken Dodd, who paid tribute to his friend. Mr Dodd said: "Paddy was a great man who did so much wonderful work all over Merseyside." A well know figure in Hightown, Col Bryson's incredible career saw him ...
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The Clean Water Act Through the Generations: Baby Boomers Generation, Pt. 2
American Rivers (blog)
Little did I know then that my passion and my career path would never stray far from this foundational law that has helped transform rivers like the burning Cuyahoga and the "red and dead" Monongahela to supporting record mayfly hatches and thriving ...
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Brown, Warren meet for third debate
Boston Globe (blog)
7:21 p.m. - Brown repeats that "I'm from around here," citing youth in Wakefield and education at Tufts and BC Law, perhaps a dig at Warren's youth in Oklahoma and early career out of state. ---. 7:20 p.m. - Warren says, "The way I see this," cities ...
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Boston Globe (blog)
Williams tourney set
The South Florida Times
Williamsí lifelong work in the areas of labor and employment law and public education helped to empower men and women throughout Florida. In a legal career spanning more than 30 years, he was an inspiration to many teachers and students.
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A Feisty Debate Crystallizes Differences in Tight Massachusetts Race
New York Times
Absent this time was the subject that led off the two previous debates — whether Ms. Warren can legitimately claim a Native American heritage and whether she used that heritage to advance her career. That absence made for a more policy-driven ...
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New York Times
Cyprus's fire-fighter
European Voice
His career was also heavy on areas where his background in law (he is particularly proud of being one of 250 holders of a diploma from the Hague Academy of International Law) could be put to use, in the Council of Europe, as a member of the negotiating ...
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Milwaukee is not overrun with crime
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
If we follow Romney/Ryan and cut off Social Security to our senior citizens, do we do the same with China and not pay it when it asks to be paid? If Congress will do its job and pass some jobs laws, the United States can do both. To whom do we owe more ...
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The Heron's Nest: A spirited debate on Voter ID
Delaware County Daily Times
... still must be allowed to cast your ballot. No doubt the debate will be rekindled after the election. If there's one thing we agreed on last night it's that the same forces who opposed ramming the law into place in time for this election will be ...
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Student Law: Gary Slapper on ten classic legal mistakes
The Times (subscription)
Student demand for law degrees is holding. Published at 12:01AM, October 11 2012. The rise in fees has had less affect on those set on a legal career. The decline in law admissions is relatively small ...
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Web2 new results for Law Career
Category Archive for "Career 411" | Mizzou Law Career Cafe
Mizzou Law Career Development · About. Category Archive: Career 411. 10/02. The Art of Mixing and Mingling. October 2, 2012, By Career Development Office ...
Columbia Law School Ranked Best for Career Prospects - News ...
The best law school for career prospects is Columbia and the best for classroom experience is Stanford, according to new rankings by the Princeton Review.

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