Jun 4, 2013

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Des Plaines Resident Honored for Military Service
The John Marshall Law School Alumni Association presented its 2013 Distinguished Service Award to Circuit Court of Cook County Judge Alexander P. White in recognition of his many years of service in the JAG Corps. The award was presented May 19, ...
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NKU's free Get Engaged breakfasts a resource for nonprofits, startups
Soapbox Cincinnati
"We wanted to help companies who may know the basics of IP, and want to take it to the next level," says Lindsey Jaeger, director of administration for the centers and institutes at NKU Chase College of Law. "They want to leverage what they have and ...
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€4700 a year: The cost to employers of smokers' cigarette breaks, illness ...
Irish Independent
Researchers from the College of Public Health and Moritz College of Law at the Ohio State University calculated that time off work cost €400 a year, lower productivity €360 and smoking breaks a huge €2,400 per year. Extra health care costs came to €1 ...
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Smoker hiring costs US firms $6000 a head
Perth Now
"Our best estimate of the annual excess cost to employ a smoker is $US5816," says the paper, led by Micah Berman at the College of Public Health and Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University. The figure takes into account that pension costs are ...
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Lawyers want lower bond in slaying of law grad
(AP) - Attorneys for a man accused of killing Mercer University law school graduate Lauren Giddings say bond in the case is too high. They say they want to show their client could live in suburban Atlanta with no danger to the community. The lawyers ...
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Guy Harvey gives Gators green
The Independent Florida Alligator
Last week, two students from UF Levin College of Law, Caitlin Pomerance and Alexis Segal, jointly won a Guy Harvey Scholarship worth $5,000 for their work on marine management in the Bahamas. Pomerance, 23, said she grew up near the water and ...
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Irish college to honor US District Judge Molloy for building ties with UM
The Missoulian
Ruth McDonnell, communications director for the University of College Cork, said the school hosted Molloy and UM Law School faculty members in 2011, followed in 2012 by UCC President Michael Murphy's visit to UM. The exchanges serve as a meeting of ...
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Practice makes perfect for young lawyers studying international law
The Guardian
The University of Law, formerly The College of Law, has centres in seven locations in the UK and has long emphasised the importance of students learning in a professional as well as academic context. A consistent theme of the roundtable was the balance ...
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Governor Corbett Appoints PA Inspector General Michael A. Sprow; K. Kenneth ...
Wall Street Journal
Sprow is a graduate of the William and Mary School of Law and Gettysburg College. He also served as law clerk for Judge George P. Kazen in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Corbett expressed in the confidence in the General ...
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Cambridge University law students left stunned after exam features question on ...
In a paper sat by more than 200 students on Saturday, undergraduates were presented with a scenario involving a fictional college drinking society's initiation ceremony. The question in the three-hour exam at the university's Faculty of Law began ...
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Kaufman Dolowich & Vouluck Expand LA Law Office
She earned her B.A. from the University of California, Los Angeles and her J.D. from the University of California Hastings College of the Law. She is admitted to practice in California, and also handles insurance coverage matters in many other states.
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Judge Says Ft. Hood Shooting Suspect May Act as His Own Lawyer in Court
New York Times (blog)
"Hasan is highly intelligent and has been using the trial process all along to advance his belief in radical Islam," said Jeffrey F. Addicott, director of the Center for Terrorism Law at St. Mary's University School of Law in San Antonio. "Hasan does ...
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Burnett takes over at UI
Moscow-Pullman Daily News
Burnett officially began his presidential duties Monday after serving as dean of the UI College of Law since 2002. He is taking over from former President Duane Nellis, who accepted the presidency position at Texas Tech University. Burnett said the ...
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Web6 new results for College Of Law
Ohio State Moritz College of Law ranked in top 50 of US law schools ...
OSU Moritz College of Law was recently ranked in the top 50 of US law schools for graduate employment by a law blog. Ohio State's Moritz College of Law was ...
Construction Update - S.J. Quinney College of Law - University of Utah
Through the Building Justice Project, the University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law is constructing its first new law school building in 50 years. The new ...
USD School of Law welcomes two new faculty members
VERMILLION, S.D. -- The University of South Dakota School of Law welcomes two new faculty members, Wendy N. Hess and Thomas E. Simmons, to begin ...
NIU College of Law Expands Certificate Programs to Include ...
NIU College of Law announces two new certificate programs in Business and International Law - adding to its current certificate programs in Criminal Practice ...
Western State College of Law Graduation 2013 - YouTube
On May 18, 2013 the Western State College of Law held it's 44th annual commencement ...
Faculty Achievements + Research | College Of Law ... - New Orleans
Robert Verchick, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law professor, joined President Barack Obama to celebrate the launching of his conservation ...

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