May 7, 2013

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Law study funding 'keeping out poorer students'
Herald Scotland
A snapshot survey of some 100 postgraduate law students at Edinburgh University shows fewer than 8% come from the poorest 40% of postcodes compared to 80% from the richest. The equivalent figures for those starting law degrees in Scotland are 57% ...
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County OKs fire, law enforcement studies
The Albany Herald
"I don't think the people at (the University of) Georgia are going to do a better job (of getting information) than what's already been done," District 6 Commissioner Jack Stone said of the proposed law enforcement study. "And I don't think anyone on ...
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Just Two Iowa Counties Comply With Gender Balance Laws, Iowa State Study ...
The state law says that no gender may comprise more than half a board's members if boards have an even number and no gender can comprise more than half plus one member, if the board has an odd number of members. Almost all counties had at least ...
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Study: Current Supreme Court is the Most Pro-Business Since World War II
The current Supreme Court, led by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., has been more favorable to businesses than any other court since at least World War II, according to a recent study published in April's Minnesota Law Review. The researchers also ...
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ISU study: Only two Iowa counties comply with state law requiring gender ... (blog)
The report says Johnson and Van Buren are the only Iowa counties who currently comply with a state gender balance law. Iowa code requires that one gender make up no more than half of any board or commission with an even number of members, no more ...
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Study: Cuts to Medicare trim costs to insurers
And the study contends that doing away with the health care law's cuts to Medicare payment rates would actually make insurers' costs increase more quickly. Chapin White, a senior health researcher at the Center for Studying Health System Change, ...
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'You won't get anywhere without a post-grad'
Irish Independent
Passing with excellent results, he plunged headlong into studying law and politics in UCD, landing an Irish scholarship which has seen him living in the Irish-language house ever since. He was the only one from his school to study law in UCD. "I've had ...
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On immigration legislation, fissures emerge within conservative ranks
Washington Post
It's not very serious analysis," said former Mississippi governor Haley Barbour, a Republican who is involved in a bipartisan group that supports immigration law reform. "The study is designed to try to scare conservative Republicans into thinking the ...
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Study Raises Concerns That Teen Athletes Continue to Play with Concussion ...
Wall Street Journal
In 2009, the state of Washington passed the first comprehensive law regarding concussion management in young athletes. This law requires school boards, in conjunction with the state interscholastic activity association, to develop educational materials ...
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Chauntelle Tibbals Publishes Research Exploring Porn, Law and Society
LOS ANGELES — Sociologist Dr. Chauntelle Anne Tibbals announced the publication of her study, "When Law Moves Quicker Than Culture: Key Jurisprudential Regulations Shaping the U.S. Adult Content Production Industry." The article can be found in the ...
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STUDY: Many HS athletes ignore concussion symptoms - ...
Ohio's new Return-to-Play law went into effect on Friday, with the goal of protecting athletes in school and youth sports. The law will require changes for parents, coaches and referees. Some of the newFull Story >. Ohio's new Return-to-Play law went ...
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Pinheiro: A conscientious lawyer of all times - Guardian
The Guardian Nigeria
In October 1983, he proceeded to the University of Benin, Benin City, Edo State, to study law. He graduated from this prestigious university in July 1986 as one of the best students in his set. Immediately after this, he enrolled at the Nigerian Law ...
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Female attrition study to address research gap
Lawyers Weekly
A new national study will fill a research gap in our understanding of why, after four years of practice, the dropout rate of women in the legal profession begins to climb dramatically, the president of the Law Council of Australia (LCA) has claimed ...
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In memory of Mutula, Senior Counsel and politician
The Standard Digital News
I first met Mutula Kilonzo in July 1973 when I enrolled to read for my Master of Laws degree in the Faculty of Law, University of Dar es Salaam. Mutula was in his third and final year of study for his Bachelor of Laws degree. I quickly found out he was ...
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