May 21, 2013

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NYU, NUS to scrap dual graduate law degree
Channel News Asia
The collaboration between NYU and NUS allows students to receive Master of Laws degrees from both universities. Based in Singapore and taught by NYU and NUS faculty members, the tuition fee for the NYU@NUS programme was about US$50,000 ...
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USD names new dean for law school
He grew up on a farm and ranch in western Nebraska and received his law degree from the University of Nebraska College of Law in 1983 and a bachelor's degree in economics and finance from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1980. He has worked for ...
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Cardinal skips Boston College commencement because of Irish prime minister's ...
Victoria Times Colonist
Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny speaks to graduates at Boston College after receiving an honorary Doctor of Laws degree during commencement ceremonies at Alumni Stadium in Boston, Monday, May 20, 2013. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola). Previous Next ...
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Arthur P. Schalick High School graduate earns Juris Doctorate degree
Today's Sunbeam -
Amanda Hillary Mazzoni received her Juris Doctorate degree from Southwestern School of Law in Los Angeles, Calif. She was one of the youngest students ever to be admitted to the school's two-year accelerated SCALE program after receiving Honors from ...
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Graduation and honorary degree ceremonies begin
University of British Columbia
Almost ten years after a tragic motorcycle accident, UBC law student Dustin Paul has become the first quadriplegic hired to article at Bull, Housser & Tupper, one of Canada's top legal firms. He will graduate from UBC's law school on May 22 at 8:30 a.m ...
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Meliah Bowers Jefferson has rejoined Wyche
Ms. Jefferson is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business and earned her law degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law, where she served on the editorial board of the ABA Real ...
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Support grows for student expelled over same-sex 'love' - USA Today
A father says a case of love versus the law has left his daughter, a high school student, facing criminal charges that could land her in prison and require her to register as a sex offender. Steven Hunt and tens of thousands of online supporters are ...
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Should we let wunderkinds drop out of high school? - Brisbane Times
Brisbane Times
Some folks in Silicon Valley and elsewhere say a conventional education can't possibly give kids with outsize talents what they need. Others, like Vivek Wadhwa, a fellow at Stanford Law School who teaches and advises startup companies, say dropping out ...
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Afghan women law students set to return; one is chosen for commencement ...
89.3 KPCC
Akhunzada and Maqsoudi are human rights attorneys who represented Afghan women in abuse cases. They have ambitions of becoming judges in their country. A Master of Laws degree would give them an edge in a male dominated Afghan judicial system.
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The Honorable, Judge G. Sarsfield Ford, 80, Of Fairfield
The Daily Voice
He grew up in the North End and was a graduate of St. Patrick's school. He attended Fairfield College Preparatory School, graduating in 1951. He attended the University of Notre Dame, graduating in 1955. He received his law degree from Georgetown ...
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Yale Awards 3084 Degrees, Along With Honorary Degrees for Sotomayor, Levin
Hartford Courant
"From the Bronx to the bench of our nation's highest court, by way of Yale Law School, your path has been marked by energy, intelligence, and perseverance," Levin said. In awarding a Doctor of Engineering and Technology to Vinton Cerf, whose title is ...
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Conviction upheld for man moving to Texas with SUV full of guns
Hunterdon County Democrat -
... of shotguns, third degree; possession of prohibited weapons or devices, fourth degree; possession of large-capacity ammunition magazines, fourth degree; hindering apprehension, third degree; and obstructing the administration of law, fourth degree.
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FTI Consulting Appoints Kathryn McCarthy to Its Technology Practice
Sacramento Bee
McCarthy earned a B.A. in economics from Villanova University and a law degree, cum laude, from Albany Law School, where she was an editor of its Law Review. She is admitted to practice in the federal and state courts of New York and Washington, D.C. ...
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Nelson Mandela's Living Legacy | The Early years in Johannesburg: '40-'43
After showing great perseverance in earning his law degree by correspondence, the young Mandela felt the pull of Johannesburg as his acquaintance with the inequity of South Africa broadened and deepened. By Brett Petzer on 21 May, 2013 9:00 am in ...
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State Law Unclear On Murder Sentences For Juveniles
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Prison sentences for Missouri juveniles convicted of first-degree murder remain uncertain because lawmakers did not pass a new sentencing scheme before adjourning. Under state law, people under 18 convicted of first-degree ...
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Is Anyone On The Hook If a Volcano Gawker Ends Up In Trouble?
Hawaii Reporter
Robert received his LLM, with honors, from Columbia Law School where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, and his JD from the University of Hawaii School of Law where he served as editor of the Law Review. Robert taught law at the University of Santa ...
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Law named for Jackson teenager would change sentencing guidelines
Southeast Missourian
"Jonathan's Law" was named for 17-year-old Jonathan McClard of Jackson, who hanged himself in prison in 2008 after pleading guilty to first-degree assault in connection with a July 2007 shooting that partially paralyzed another teenager. The law would ...
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St. Paul Man Charged In Sister-In-Law's Brutal Beating
CBS Local
Paul Lee, 23, was charged with second-degree attempted murder and second-degree assault in connection to the May 17 incident. Both charges are felonies. According to the criminal complaint, Lee entered his sister-in-law's house after asking to use her ...
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Waco civic leader David Kultgen dies
Waco Tribune-Herald
After that, he went back to UT for law school and then spent a year in 1949 getting a master's degree in law from Harvard University. At that point, his father thought he had gotten enough education and told him it was time to get a real job, David ...
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Lena Dunham Graduates While Stephen Colbert, Kerry Washington, and Barack ...
E! Online
"So yes, go get that law degree. But ask yourself if the only option is to defend the rich and powerful, or if you can also find time to defend the powerless. Yes, go get your MBA, or start that business. But ask yourself what broader purpose your ...
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Will Kermit Gosnell case lead to more restrictive abortion laws?
Palm Beach Post (blog)
Gosnell was just convicted of three counts of first-degree murder for severing the spines of infants born alive after an attempted abortion at his Philadelphia clinic. All came during the third trimester. To groups that oppose abortion rights, the case ...
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Boston archbishop boycotts Irish prime minister's visit over abortion changes
BBC News
... law on abortion but he added the draft bill would bring certainty to pregnant women and legal clarity to doctors. At the Boston ceremony on Monday, he was presented with an honorary Doctor of Laws degree and was invited to address graduating students.
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Victoria lawyer was involved in community
Victoria Times Colonist
He studied at Neuchatel Junior College in Switzerland, Western University and Victoria College before taking a law degree at UBC. Wilson was former president of the Union Club, served on the Saanich police board, St. Georges Housing Society and more ...
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Tom Dempsey Named New CEO of Snack Food Association
McCarthy holds a law degree from Catholic University's Columbus School of Law, an M.B.A. degree from the American University and a B.A. degree in political science from Boston University. Source: Snack Food Association. 8086. Chips and Snacks ...
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St. Paul man slashed sister-in-law with knife
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Paul Lee, 23, is charged with second-degree attempted murder and second-degree assault in Ramsey County District Court for the May 17 attack. The woman, 27, was found in the 1700 block of Maryland Avenue E. lying in the fetal position on the curb, her ...
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Barbara Brenner, Breast Cancer Iconoclast, Dies at 61
New York Times
Ms. Brenner graduated from Smith College and attended law school at Georgetown but left after a year, having decided, she said, that the law had little to do with justice. She enrolled in graduate school at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and ...
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Church's hires Burger King veteran to head development
After receiving his law degree, Moralejo established a private practice where he specialized in real estate, commercial development and real estate financing. "Tony is a valuable addition to Church's management team and has a vast amount of experience ...
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Virginia GOP Nominates Conservative Slate
American Thinker
Obenshain was elected to the senate of Virginia in 2003, where he quickly became a standard-bearer for conservative policies and a leader on property rights, school choice, family values, and government reform. For twenty-five years Mark practiced law ...
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Main Line Volunteer of the Week - Andrea Broad
Main Line
Broad, 62, grew up in Philadelphia and graduated from Olney High School and Temple, class of 1972, with a major in English Literature, then went on to earn her law degree from Temple in 1979. In her career, she has practiced law, served as Assistant ...
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What's next for accused?
Calaveras Enterprise
Heidi Rummell, a clinical professor of law with the University of Southern California School of Law, said juvenile proceedings move forward in a similar manner to adults, but there is no jury and the focus is more on rehabilitation than punishment ...
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Community: Among the graduates
The Hour
The following area residents graduated from the Quinnipiac University School of Law during a May 12 commencement ceremony at the TD Bank Sports Center. Alexandra Chalons-Browne of Wilton. Richard Stannard of Stamford. Local students who received ...
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Web4 new results for Law Degree
Mayor Bloomberg Delivers Remarks at the New York Law School ...
Mayor Bloomberg delivered remarks to the graduating New York Law School class of 2013.
One in six recent California law school grads can't find jobs - Data ...
The job market for California law school graduates remains brutal, even as law school tuition rises to new heights.
Shifting Dynamics in the Perception of Law School ... - Westlaw Insider
Many pre-law students plan on using their law degree in the business world instead of a legal job. Legal job market is tough right now for law graduates.
Mother of three earns law degree - College of Law - Georgia State ...
When Jennifer Thuy-Tien McCall got pregnant at 15, her mother cried. One bad decision didn't mean McCall's life would be ruined, her mom said, but it would be ...

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