Jun 21, 2013

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Emulate Afe Babalola - DG, Council of Legal Education
Nigerian Tribune
Mamman, who led a team of other members of the Council on an accreditation visitation to ABUAD's College of Law, said it was incumbent on all lovers of Nigeria to emulate Babalola in this kind of vision which, he said, was capable of propelling the ...
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Solicitor General Jardeleza to speak on PH claim to the Spratlys
Cebu Daily News
Organized by the University of Cebu College of Law, the activity will tackle issues surrounding the claims of the Philippine government on the Spratlys and the legal measures undertaken in asserting its right under International Law. It will be ...
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Pay for play: Judge set to hear case that could transform college sports
NBCNews.com (blog)
Michael McCann, director of the Sports and Entertainment Law Institute at the University of New Hampshire School of Law, told NBC News that the stakes for the NCAA are huge. "It would be changing college sports from a model where players have been ...
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LaGrange Resident to Become 137th President of Illinois State Bar Association
Chicago Tribune
With her guidance, the ISBA launched the Illinois Law and Leadership Institute, a summer legal immersion program for high school students with an intensive curriculum that includes educational exercises and fun activities centered on the legal profession.
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The judges who preside over America's secret court
Chicago Tribune
"Since FISA was enacted in 1978, we've had three chief justices, and they have all been conservative Republicans, so I think one can worry that there is insufficient diversity," said Stephen Vladeck, a law professor at American University's Washington ...
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Orlando Attorneys, Emeritus Law, Welcome New Lawyer to the Practice, Tiffany ...
EIN News (press release)
Ms. Russell specializes in community law, business law, and real estate law. Tiffany Moore Russell graduated from Florida State University's College of Law and has over 14 years of experience with Central Florida law. She has been a member of the ...
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Bubbles by Brooks buoyant after trademark win
Minneapolis Star Tribune
You can't recover it in sales or jack up your prices," said Kenneth Port, director of the Intellectual Property Institute at William Mitchell College of Law. "Small folks can't afford it and they just go away." The Fredrikson lawyers took up the ...
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Affirmative action: Let's not be fooled by flawed theories
Inside Tucson Business
Contact Angela Onwuachi-Willig, the Charles and Marion Kierscht Professor of Law at the University of Iowa College of Law, at angela-onwuachi@uiowa.edu . Her book, According to Our Hearts: Rhinelander v. Rhinelander and the Law of the Multiracial ...
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ACOG to lawmakers: Stop meddling
Ob.Gyn. News Digital Network
On June 7, the executive board of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists said that laws that require physicians to give or withhold specific information when counseling ...
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Obama nominating Comey as FBI director Friday
San Jose Mercury News
In recent years he's been an executive at defense company Lockheed Martin, general counsel to a hedge fund, board member at HSBC Holdings and lecturer on national security law at Columbia Law School. The White House may hope that Comey's ...
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Fort Smith Times Record
Haley Paul received a doctor of jurisprudence degree from South Texas College of Law in Houston. She is the daughter of Charles and Sydney Clemmons and Elroy and Sue Gold. TIMES RECORD STAFF. EDUCATION NEWS IS PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY ...
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In the Army, sex discrimination begins at West Point
Washington Post
Anne M. Coughlin is a professor at the University of Virginia School of Law and founder of the Molly Pitcher Project, which led to the filing of the first lawsuit (Baldwin v. Panetta) to challenge the military's policy of excluding women from ground ...
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Aquino signs law creating new universities in Iloilo, Pampanga
Philippine Star
Aquino signed into law the act converting Iloilo State College of Fisheries into Iloilo State University of Science while the Pampanga Agricultural College has been elevated into the Pampanga State Agricultural University. Under the recently signed ...
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Hail the graduates: Durham College honours class of 2013 at spring ...
In addition he has maintained his commitment to continued learning, which includes currently completing a Master of Laws degree at Osgoode Hall Law School at York University. Marnie Ham, 1991 Air Transport and Industrial Engineering Technology ...
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After TV deals, battle was inevitable
"If the 1984 case was settled differently, we wouldn't have these issues," said Gary Roberts, dean of Indiana University's Robert H. McKinney School of Law and a former NCAA faculty rep. "The NCAA wanted to limit commercialization of college basketball ...
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The project has also provided members of the West Virginia University College of Law community with a unique opportunity to assist in the production of a ...

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