Jun 8, 2013

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Teaching stint, book advance, travel among justices' perks
Thomas taught at George Washington University Law School; Kagan at Harvard College; Scalia at John Marshall Law School, St. John's University, St. Mary's University, the University of Southern California and Wesleyan University; and Ginsburg at a ...
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Torch Run Raises Money for Special Olympics
The Special Olympics will take place all weekend long at the College of New Jersey. Athletes will participate in Aquatics, Bocce, Gymnastics, Powerlifting, Softball, Tennis, and Track & Field events. Law enforcement officers from throughout the state ...
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Judge Molloy receives highest honor from University College Cork, Ireland
The Missoulian
CORK, Ireland – U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy of Missoula was among four men given the highest honor conferred by University College Cork during ceremonies Friday. Molloy received an honorary doctorate in literature, arts and laws alongside Graham ...
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Arrivals and Departures for June 7, 2013
The Florida Current
Winsor is a 2002 graduate of the University Of Florida College Of Law, where he was where he was editor-in-chief of the Florida Law Review. He clerked for 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Ed Carnes. Winsor succeeds former Solicitor General ...
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Rotary 'Citizen of the Year' has history of community service
His law practice focuses on civil rights, criminal defense, and personal injury. He is also founding director of the Florida International University College of Law Trial Advocacy Program. At FIU he teaches Trial Advocacy and Advanced Trial Advocacy ...
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Racial Injustice in North Carolina
New York Times (blog)
In the first trial, he found "highly reliable" a statistical study by the Michigan State University College of Law that showed racial bias in removing blacks from juries in death penalty cases in all but 4 of the state's 100 counties and that ...
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Arizona's Sheriff Joe Arpaio backs down on immigration . Will others follow ?
Christian Science Monitor
The ruling against Arpaio may be used to challenge remaining provisions of SB 1070 and similar laws across the country, says Anita Sinha, who teaches immigration law at the American University Washington College of Law. "This could have repercussions ...
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Web8 new results for College Of Law
College of Law Celebrates Commencement of ... - Salt Lake City
On May 10, 2013, the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law's centennial graduating class celebrated commencement. One hundred years after the ...
OU College of Law Calendar - University of Oklahoma
University of Oklahoma College of Law and Law Center Calendar.
School of Law professor Jeffrey Meyer nominated for U.S. District ...
meyer-jeff Jeffrey Meyer, a professor in the School of Law at Quinnipiac University, has been nominated for an open seat in the U.S. District Court for the District ...
First Monday -June 3, 2013-College of Law-University of Idaho
In this Issue: Michael Satz Named to Interim Law Dean Position; Alumnus Frank Shrontz Receives "Legacy of Leading " Award ...
Monterey College of Law - Moodle Beta
Welcome to the Moodle Beta for the Monterey College of Law!
FY 13 Summer Intern Alternate List Last Name First Name Law ...
Mercer University School Of Law. Caine. Simon. New England School Of Law. Chabarek ... Stetson University College Of Law;. Boston University School Of Law ...
University of Georgia Law : Beth Shackleford | www.law.uga.edu
Nationally recognized as an expert on lawyers' careers, Beth Shackleford began creating the function of Student Professional Development at the School of Law ...
2014 Executive Committee | SESWPOCC
Rhoda Cato, Associate Professor of Law, Florida A&M University College of Law ... Kenya J.H. Smith, Assistant Professor of Law, Phoenix School of Law ...

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