Jun 15, 2013

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Lewenza emotional while receiving honourary law degree
Windsor Star
Lewenza – a Grade 10 dropout at the former W.D. Lowe high school – looked slightly awkward in his graduation robe while being recognized by the school with a honourary doctorate of law degree. "The grade school and high school teachers I had never ...
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'Law graduates can create a niche for themselves and prosper'
Times of India
"You can specialize in constitutional law, patent law, intellectual property law etc. This field has tremendous scope in future and after you complete your law degree you can go for a company secretary course too, which requires legal knowledge. The ...
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UND law marks a first with tribal court externship
Rapid City Journal
Rachel Egstad, who has finished her first year at the law school, will assist in the prosecution of crimes at the reservation, which straddles the North Dakota-South Dakota border. "This is a big step," said Tim Purdon, U.S. attorney for North Dakota ...
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Second try at a shield law echoes the first
Muncie Star Press
A long-standing goal of many journalism organizations for years, an earlier version of a shield law gained U.S. House approval in 2009. But it died the next year in the Senate, in large degree because of the then-breaking controversy surrounding ...
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Students Receive Diplomas at James Madison, Centenary, Drew and Widener
Ebony Foster was among the students participating in Widener Law's recently-held commencement exercises on its campus in Wilmington, Del. ... Samantha Schurick received a bachelor of arts degree in early childhood education/special education.
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'Rottweilers at the gate': Dad and brewer laments AB InBev legal letter
But Thomas recently received a 'cease and desist' letter from UK law firm Humphreys & Co., stating that a "considerable degree of similarity" between the Belleville name and AB InBev's 'Belle-Vue Kriek' brand, would lead to deception and confusion ...
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Tradewinds — Companies on the go, people on the move
Salt Lake Tribune
A native of Salt Lake City, Bronson graduated from Utah State University in 1986 with a bachelor's degree in English. He earned his law degree from the J. Reuben Clark School of Law at Brigham Young University in 1991. He joined Prince Yeates in 1999.
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Alabama school board's Mary Scott Hunter may challenge Gov. Bentley in 2014
The Birmingham News - al.com
She earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Alabama and her law degree from the University of Alabama School of Law. Her election to the school board wasn't her first bid at public office. In 2009, Hunter ran for the District 7 seat on the ...
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Survey: 64 percent of parents want kids to become lawyers
Hattiesburg American
"The law is one of the classic professions along with the clergy and medicine," he said. "People want their children to go into law because it affects so many aspects of every day life." Bodine admitted getting a law degree is a costly proposition, but ...
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Grad School: Approach With Caution
Huffington Post
Recent grads, if I have one suggestion for you, it is: do not immediately jump into grad school. Yes, your mother would be over the moon if you practiced medicine, law, or whatever it is hedge fund people hedge about. But really, you can take a break ...
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Amritsar boy earns accolades for the city
Times of India
The ceremony for the 259th year of the university included 18 of Columbia University's institutions including Columbia Business School, Law School, School of International and Public Affairs among others he said. The Columbia Journalism School, founded ...
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Local shelter Safe Passage battles funding woes to carry out its mission
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
Age: 33. Family: She and her husband, Tiff, have two children, ages 9 and 10. Hometown: Greenville. Education: Bachelor's degrees in Spanish and political science from Emory University, law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.
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Judge in trial of accused Colorado theater gunman expects large jury pool
Stan Goldman, a professor at the Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, said in a phone interview that in the normal process of selecting a jury of 12 people, plus alternates, for a murder trial, courts often begin with a jury pool of less than 40 people ...
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Nation's Best Evangeline M. Mitchell Named Among "Nation's Best Advocates ...
Forward Times
Evangeline is a first-generation college and law school graduate, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Prairie View A&M University, a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Iowa College of Law, and a Master of Education degree in ...
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'There is a battle ahead': Advocates hope Quebec bill the first step in ...
National Post
If the bill passes, physician-assisted suicide would then be "legal under provincial law, but will constitute a serious criminal offence under federal law," said Bruce Ryder, a scholar of constitutional law at Osgoode Hall Law School. "If Bill 52 is ...
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Slain North Shore man lived in 2 different worlds
Chicago Tribune
Although authorities say the three charged with first-degree murder planned their crime, a law enforcement source familiar with the investigation said Nutter might not have been their first choice as a target. When the first dealer they chose had no ...
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Law & Disorder
Florida Times-Union
4/26/13 -- Avery Michael Corbitt was convicted of attempted murder and second-degree murder in the April 28, 2011, shooting of an undercover officer in Putnam County. An accomplice, Rodrigo Espinoza, also was killed. (Putnam County Sheriff's Office) ...
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Meet Beverley McLachlin, Canada's longest-serving chief justice
Globe and Mail
"Ideally, she would like to minimize controversy and leave a significant legacy," says Bruce Ryder, a constitutional law expert at York University's Osgoode Hall Law School. "She picks her battles accordingly. She works hard to forge a consensus on the ...
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Tom Sugrue
Washington Post
Sugrue holds a J.D. degree, magna cum laude, from Harvard Law School, a Master's degree in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in physics, magna cum laude, from Boston College ...
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Susquehanna University graduate
News Item
He also served as an intern clerk at the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Chowka will attend the University of Pittsburgh School of Law this fall to pursue a law degree. A son of Bryon and Stacy Chowka, he is a 2009 graduate of Shamokin Area ...
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Wis. Supreme Court takes lawsuit over union law
The case was brought by unions representing Madison school teachers and city of Milwaukee workers. A Dane County circuit judge last year overturned the law as it pertained to local government unions, but it was unclear if the ruling applied outside ...
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Father's Day bittersweet for Oregon lawmaker
The boy who spent much of his life homeless graduated with a Harvard law degree. He's now a rising star in the Oregon Legislature and a successful attorney in Bend, Oregon. He's also a proud father of five. And yet, there is one significant failure ...
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What's new in the mid-Hudson business scene for 6/15
Poughkeepsie Journal
Finnegan is chief executive officer of Continental Organics LLC, a sustainable agriculture company in New Windsor. He has a bachelor's degree from Siena College and a juris doctor from Pace University School of Law. One of the institute's original ...
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Pepco Senior VP of Government Affairs Beverly L. Perry Announces July ...
Afro American
Michele Rollins, a noted attorney in the district and nominee for the U.S. House of Representatives, encouraged Perry to finish her undergraduate degree and go to law school. Perry graduated George Washington in 1976 and received her law degree from ...
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Advanced technology helps law enforcement catch fugitive
Among the indictments were people charges with everything from First Degree Murder and Use of a Minor in Filming Sexually Explicit Conduct. The June term of the Mercer County grand jury heard some big cases. Among the indictments were people ...
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Immigration reform will be good for all
Bellevue Reporter
... bring to our country, the United States can become both more prosperous and more humane. Karol Brown is an immigration attorney in Bellevue. She holds a Master's degree in Public Policy from Harvard University and a law degree from Yale Law School.
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Congressional stalemate could cause student loan rates to double
Rutgers student Katie Park hopes to become a lawyer someday, but the Pinehurst, N.C., native expects to owe at least $16,000 when she completes her undergraduate degree and another $60,000 at the end of law school. If Congress and the White House ...
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UGA student talks on internship, experiences in caregiving
Red and Black
There are only five or six in the state of Georgia right now, so I would like to fuse and merge and create a hybrid of social work and elder care law." Stroud, however, has a lot of time between her law degree and the chance to become certified for ...
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Want to be a Conservation Agent?
Kansas City infoZine
By Joe Jerek - Applicants must have a Bachelor of Science degree in Forestry, Fisheries Management, Wildlife Management, Wildlife Conservation, Natural Resources Conservation Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice, Agriculture, or other related biological ...
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8 Things to Know About Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO)
NBCNews.com (blog)
"After earning a law degree at the University of Arizona, he obtained an airplane pilot license, played professional basketball for the Denver Nuggets and, after scoring highest on the state bar exam, was admitted to the Arizona Bar and began ...
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Time for Legislature to do right by young offenders
The U.S. Constitution, the court said, forbids the very sentence that Florida law demands for first-degree murder. Which brings us to the people who still seem to favor these inhumane sentences: prosecutors and one particular former prosecutor, Sen.
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Stand Your Ground laws a shaky basis for justice
Chicago Tribune
George Zimmerman will be asked if he instigated the altercation that led to him shooting to death the unarmed Trayvon, for which Zimmerman now faces the charge of second-degree murder. The basis of Zimmerman's defense is that, fearing for his life, ...
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