May 29, 2013

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Israel Separates Command and Criminal Justice
New York Times
Israel Separates Command and Criminal Justice. Amos N. Guiora, a former judge advocate in Israel, is a professor at the University of Utah's S.J. Quinney College of Law and the author of "Legitimate Target: A Criteria Based Approach to Targeted Killing ...
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Graft probes should focus on systematic corruption: scholar
Focus Taiwan News Channel
At the legislative hearing, Chen Tze-lung, a professor at National Taiwan University's College of Law, said that most crimes of corruption are committed by several accomplices rather than individual offenders. He said systematic corruption has become ...
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4-traders (press release)
IBERDROLA, in collaboration with the ICAI Association/College of Engineers, published and coordinated the fourth edition of Law Journals for Engineers. The collection consists of five new volumes (numbers fourteen to eighteen) on legal matters linked ...
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Fort Hood Shooting Suspect Seeks to Represent Himself in Trial
Voice of America
Some fear it may be an antic meant to further delay the trial, but military law expert Geoffrey Corn, speaking to VOA by telephone from The South Texas College of Law, says Judge Osborn probably will grant the request. "The judge really cannot deny the ...
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Four New Members Added to Freeport Community Foundation Board
He has practiced law in Freeport since 1981. He graduated from the University of Illinois College of Law in 1981. Ralph is engaged in a broad range of community service and has served on the Board of Directors of the YMCA of Northwest Illinois ...
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Timor-Leste PM to visit Philippines next week
People's Daily Online
He will also give a lecture at the University of the Philippines College of Law and travel to Subic, Zambales and Clark, Pampanga to meet up with potential Filipino investors in Timor-Leste. "The two leaders will discuss areas of mutual interest and ...
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Weil, Cravath, Fried Frank, Skadden, Cleary: Business of Law
Evelynn Hammonds, the dean of Harvard College who authorized a probe of e-mails in a search for leaks after a student cheating scandal, is stepping down after five years to return to teaching and research. Hammonds, the first woman and black person to ...
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Web4 new results for College Of Law
Calleros leads a workshop of legal exercises - College of Law News ...
Professor Charles Calleros led a workshop of legal exercises at the University of Texas at El Paso Law School Preparation Institute on May 20. In his workshop ...
Hiscock & Barclay Partners With SU College of Law to Offer Diversity ...
Hiscock & Barclay and the Syracuse University College of Law worked together to develop this program, the only one of its kind in Central New York. First-year ...
au park 1 bedroom near american university ... - Craigslist
Located across the street from American University's Washington College of Law, making it ideal for law students or American University undergrads. House has ...
Prof. Gibbons accepts University's Outstanding Research ... - Toledo
Professor Gibbons attributes his success to a culture at the College of Law that encourages research and scholarship. "I am extremely proud to follow in the ...

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