May 31, 2013

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U Law School nabs $9 million gift
Minneapolis Star Tribune
The University of Minnesota Law School has nabbed a $9 million gift -- one of the biggest in its history, the school announced Thursday. The millions come from the Robina Foundation, a regular contributor to the Law School. Half the money will be used ...
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Harvard Law School celebrates 2013 Commencement
Harvard Law School News
The Law School's Class Day program was held on Wednesday, May 29, on Holmes Field, in front of Langdell Library. This year's Class Day speaker, author and legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin '86 reflected on his time at the law school (see related story).
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US News and World Report Releases Law School Efficiency Rankings
U.S. News and World Report's top 100 law schools is perhaps the definitive ranking of law schools around the country, and a school's place on that list can have a tremendous impact on both its operations and its general perception in the legal community.
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Ruth Marcus: Law school does not a president make
The Tennessean
No doubt: Barack Obama has what it takes to be a terrific law student. It's less clear those are the ingredients of a successful president. A great law student excels at reading the fact pattern on an exam and spotting the legal issues. The student ...
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U gets funds for immigrant law center
Minnesota Daily
The Robina Foundation pledged to give almost $9 million to the law school — one of the largest gifts in its history — to fund its Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice and a new University of Minnesota Law School Center for New ...
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Code X: Stanford Law's Hotbed of Legal Technology Startups
Legal Talk Network
In the Law Technology News June cover story, "Silicon Startups," reporter Tam Harbert describes how Stanford University's Law School has become the "vortex" for entrepreneurship in legal technology. The law school has joined forces with the University ...
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Legal, education leaders pay tribute to D'Alemberte
The Florida Current
A former governor, some former Florida Supreme Court justices and numerous educators filled the law school rotunda that bears his name Thursday to pay a warm tribute to former Florida State University President Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte. "He's ...
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$9M gift to U of M will fund immigration law center
Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal (blog)
The funding will be split between the existing Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice (established with an $8.8 million 2011 gift by the foundation) at the school and founding a Center for New Americans. The new law center will assist ...
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The Word on The Street
World Magazine
Bethany Jenkins, an effervescent 32-year-old with a face for television, in 2009 was finishing at Columbia Law School, one of the top law schools in the country, and preparing to take the bar. She had three job offers. A prestigious New York law firm ...
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Compliance class is a gateway to legal work for new law grads, teacher says
ABA Journal
As both law students and law schools struggle to develop a game plan for a new reality in which legal work and what corporate clients are willing to pay for it has become something of a scarce commodity, an adjunct law professor at the University of ...
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THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND: Diversity, acting on view at Griffin
The Arlington Advocate
Kathy-Ann Hart is a Harvard Law School graduate, the new executive director of the Winchester Multicultural Network, and a mother. In January, she added another line to her resume: actor. Hart returned to acting after a 20-year hiatus in "The Da Vinci ...
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NY Cancer Society says sweet smokes aimed at kids
Maine bans the sale of larger "premium" flavored cigars and other states including Maryland have proposed laws, according to the University of Maryland Law School. New York City and Providence, R.I., also have restricted the sale of flavored tobacco.
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AM Law Second Hundred Firms Hiring More Frequently
Recent law school graduates are having a hard time finding work after passing the bar, and certain practice areas that were once thriving are almost complete wastelands. But, after several years of declines in hiring, law firms ranked between 101 and ...
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Does Terrorism Charge in St. Mary's Fair Threat Go Too Far?
Next Previous Slideshow Download. A Cooley Law School professor believes that a charge of domestic terrorism goes too far in the case of a 16-year-old from Detroit who is in custody after posting a social media threat about the St. Mary's Polish ...
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An Open Letter To My Alma Mater, Rutgers University
As a Rutgers College and Law School alumus, a former student-athlete and current faculty member of the School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University has been a major part of my life for over a decade. My blood is forever scarlet, and I am proud of it.
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The IDIA of CLAT diversity faces challenges and funding woes, continues to ...
Legally India
She recounts instances: a scholar who had to drop out of law school because she couldn't cope with isolation from English-speaking hostel roommates and classmates, another who being visually impaired was left out of college outings well into his first ...
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Hillsboro School District out of the equation on tax abatements
According to state law, school districts are not among the 26 taxing districts that can opt out of the Vertical Housing Zone, allowing them to receive the full amount of taxes. The list of districts that can opt out, includes parks and recreation ...
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Hail Barrett
The Augusta Chronicle
Augustan and Georgian through and through, he graduated Richmond Academy and, ultimately, the University of Georgia School of Law – before joining the Hull Barrett law firm in 1955 that his grandfather had started in 1916. After serving in the U.S ...
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Wilmington High School Athletic Hall of Fame induction June 8
Wilmington News Journal, OH
James Bailey earned nine varsity letters in football, basketball and track, field; attended Florida State University on athletic scholarship; graduated from University of Michigan Law School; executive vice president of Cleveland Browns and Baltimore ...
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Expert praises intra-party management rules
The documents will help the CPC improve the governance in accordance with the law, said Jiang Ming'an, a professor from the Law School of Peking University, in an article published in the Friday edition of the People's Daily, the CPC's flagship newspaper.
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Deborah R. Willig Named to Juvenile Law Center Board
Watch List News (press release)
Philadelphia, PA, May 31, 2013 –(– Juvenile Law Center is the oldest non-profit, public interest law firm for children in the United States. Founded in 1975 by graduates of Temple Law School in Philadelphia, Juvenile Law Center has become a ...
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New Ombudsman Values Academic Links (press release)
University of Auckland Law Professor Ron Paterson begins his five year term as Ombudsman on 4 June 2013, and looks forward to maintaining close relations with the Law School. Professor Paterson has spent half of his career in legal education and half ...
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High court: Home schools not required to follow public school calendar
Omaha World-Herald
LINCOLN — The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled Friday that home schools need not follow a public school calendar to comply with state law. The case involves a Farnam, Neb., couple convicted of criminal charges for failing to enroll their children in ...
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Judge Finds Legal Errors In ICE Training
Fronteras: The Changing America Desk
"The Ninth Circuit had made it fairly clear that in states like Arizona, with high Latino populations, Mexican appearance should not be considered as an indication of any kind of immigration status," said Kevin Johnson, the dean of UC Davis Law School.
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Joe Francis Says Bankruptcy Trustee Aims to Destroy Girls Gone Wild
Wall Street Journal
"I don't know if she's been to law school but she certainly doesn't understand corporate law," he said of Judge Klein, who graduated magna cum laude from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles in 1992, according to her online bio. She also has an MBA from ...
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'Obama set to name former Bush aide as new FBI chief'
Times of India
James Comey, 52, is a former hedge fund manager who now teaches at Columbia Law School. He would replace Robert Mueller, who will step down in September as head of the FBI. The Times quoted two people with knowledge of the president's selection, ...
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The Making of Justice Woman
Student Operated Press
I had recently graduated law school and had a judicial clerkship lined up, a position that most would feel lucky to have straight out of law school, but I was miserable. I had given up on my dreams of being a performer to pursue a path of so-called ...
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Environmental Lawyer Wins National Writing Award
Connecticut Law Tribune
Talking to practicing lawyers gave me a sense law school might be worth a try, so I gave it a try." When he got his law degree, he made a startling discovery. "The first thing I notice about legal writing is it's atrocious," McCormack said. 'Beginning ...
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Obama joins his wife and mother-in-law for an event at daughter's school
Washington Post
Joining the president are his wife, Michelle, and his mother-in-law, Marian Robinson, who was seen carrying flowers as she loaded up to leave the White House in the presidential motorcade. Earlier in the day, Obama returned from a trip to Chicago where ...
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Why James Comey could be an astute choice for new FBI director (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Until recently, he worked as a hedge fund manager, and he now lectures at Columbia Law School in New York. Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley, senior Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, says Comey's confirmation hearing could raise questions ...
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Blogs7 new results for Law School
Althouse: "Which Highly Ranked Law Schools Operate Most ...
By Ann Althouse
Just think: if we got rid of the nonsense of Law School Certification, as Milton Friedman proposed, 5 or 6 students could hire Ann Althouse and a couple others like her for full-time private instruction in the law for the same price Wisconsin ...
Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog» Blog Archive ...
By J. Gordon Hylton
Marquette University Law School - Contact Us Marquette University Law School, P.O. Box 1881, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201 (414) 288-7090. Street Address: Marquette University Law School, 1215 W. Michigan St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin ...
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Brian Leiter's Law School Reports: Miller Named Dean at Arizona
By Dan Filler
University of Arizona law school interim dean Marc Miller has been named the law school's permanent dean.
Brian Leiter's Law School Reports
Friday Links: Legal Books, Law Students Working for Free, & More ...
By Cory Ferreira
The June LSAT is just over one week away! Take a quick study break to catch up on some of this week's top law school links: The Mental Fortitude Necessary to Practice Law (Lawyerist). Being a lawyer takes thick skin. That's because your job, ...
Manhattan LSAT BlogManhattan...
You go Girl! Oprah Winfrey Receives an Honorary Law Degree from ...
By blacklikemoi
In contrast, the school has granted tenure to hundreds of white male professors. So, maybe Oprah's voice can be used to change the racism at a law school that can never be the best in the country as long as they continue to exclude such a ...
Black Like Moi
How much does your law professor make: ATL dishes the dirt on ...
By Steve Bainbridge
Well, it was bound to happen. As ATL continues its relentless march through the law school salaries at state schools, they've come to UCLA. As for yours truly, David Lat observes: Of the names appearing above, Stephen Bainbridge jumps out ...
Theories Abound With Race-in-Admissions Ruling Still to Come ...
By Mark Walsh
Education Week's blogs > The School Law Blog See our Law & Courts coverage · The School Law ... Kennedy's views have been more nuanced, as reflected in his controlling concurrence in Parents Involved in Community Schools v. Seattle ...
The School Law Blog - Education Week

Web3 new results for Law School
LSU law school will award 213 degrees Friday |
LSU's Paul M. Hebert Law Center will confer degrees on 213 students at its commencement Friday in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center on LSU's Baton ...
William & Mary Law - Conti J.D. '94 Recognized with Law School ...
Alumna Judy Conti, co-founder of the Employment Justice Center, was honored for demonstrating outstanding citizenship and leadership in her life and work.
Law School Announces Paul A. Volcker Scholarships | GW Today ...
Law School Announces Paul A. Volcker Scholarships. Volcker Awards. Donald Kohn interviews Paul A. Volcker, former chairman of the Board of Governors of ...

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