Jun 3, 2013

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Incoming Law School Classes Continue to Decrease in Size
Most lawyers know that the current economic crisis has hit the legal industry particularly hard, and now it appears that those considering law school are getting wise to that fact as well. The number of Americans that have applied to law schools this ...
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The siren song of law school
Canadian Lawyer Magazine
Carl Fleck, a lawyer at Fleck Law, a personal injury law firm with offices in Toronto and Sarnia, Ont., says his decision to attend law school was influenced by a serious car accident he was involved in that required him to learn to walk again. His ...
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U of L, UK, UT law school efficiency ranked
(AP) - The University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law has landed atop a list of law school rankings. U.S. News & World Report says the school offers the best education for the least money. The news magazine determined the ranking by ...
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From The Street to the Courtroom: The First Ali Forney Center Resident ...
Huffington Post
I was at Lewis & Clark Law School, at the graduation ceremony of Ksen Pallegedara, one of the first young people ever to stay at the Ali Forney Center. As I saw Ksen walk by in his cap and gown with the other law school graduates, I reflected on the ...
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Oprah Gets a Degree From Harvard
FrontPage Magazine
She deserves her Harvard degree just as much as Barack Obama deserves his Harvard Law degree. After all, her master class in feelings has helped bring us the Harvard value system that now dominates the White House. Freedom Center pamphlets now ...
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BizTalk / With Heather Briccetti New York's leading business advocate
Buffalo News
A graduate of SUNY at Binghamton, she earned a law degree at the University at Albany and worked at the district attorney's office there before starting her own law firm. She was appointed the Rensselaer County public defender and later was special ...
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50-Year-Old Interns at Nonprofits? Is This a Trend?
The Nonprofit Quarterly
"You've got to put your ego away," says Michael Gonzalez, 52, who works part-time as an extern at KIND, a nonprofit that provides legal services to children in lower Manhattan. He earned a law degree two decades ago, but has been doing sales and ...
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Mccc, Siena Heights Join To Offer Criminal Justice Degree
Monroe Evening News
The criminal justice degree prepares students for careers in law enforcement and in the legal system. Students can complete an associate's degree at MCCC as well as additional coursework and ultimately transfer up to 90 credit hours — the equivalent ...
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• Shield law needed
The question always comes down to this — were it not for a free press, how would you know with any degree of certainty what is happening to your country, your state, city or schools? How would you know how much of your money is saved or wasted by ...
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Company Announcements: Week of June 3, 2013
Kevin M. Georgerian, partner, represents clients in connection with mergers and acquisitions, strategic transactions, and corporate governance and securities law matters. Georgerian received an undergraduate degree from the University of Richmond and ...
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Nebraska man considered for county office
Mohave Valley News
Moore has an engineering degree from Princeton University and a law degree from the University of Nebraska. He ran the public defender's office for Madison County in Nebraska for about 15 years before opening a private law office in Lincoln, Neb., in 2006.
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Jewell, Daniel Dewey
Lincoln Journal Star
Upon returning from his service in the Navy, he graduated with his Juris Doctorate degree from University of Nebraska Law School in 1949. He was licensed to practice in all Nebraska Courts, the United States District Court for the District of Nebraska ...
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Executive items
Charleston Post Courier
Law. Drew Copenhaver has joined Joye Law Firm LLP as a personal injury attorney. He has a bachelor's degree from Wake Forest University and a law degree from Charleston School of Law. Medical. Ashlei Brown has joined Sourcenet Medical Billing ...
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Robert Lahm Law Office
Oswego Daily News
On 5/25/13 at 11:05 p.m., Hector M. Zavala, 30, of 143 W. Van Buren St., Oswego, was charged with Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, Third Degree (license suspended on 2/24/07 for Failed to pay Child Support, on 2/19/07 for Failure to Answer a Summons ...
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Lawyer accused of lying about claimed 'self-employment' as prostitute and name ...
ABA Journal
Reema Bajaj, who earned her law degree from Northern Illinois University in and became licensed as an attorney in 2010, pleaded guilty last June to a misdemeanor prostitution charge. However, the ARDC is now contending that she violated attorney ethics ...
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Kiss appointed secretary of W.Va. Department of Revenue
Beckley Register-Herald
Kiss is a 1979 graduate of Ohio State University who later earned his law degree from the University's Law School. He most recently worked as partner at Bowles Rice Attorneys At Law in Charleston practicing in the areas of tax, estate planning and ...
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People in Business: June 2, 2013
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
BROOKE TRENT has become a partner at Nelson Law Firm PLLC, Waterloo, where she was previously an associate attorney. Trent received her undergraduate degree from Wartburg College in 2003 and her law degree from the University of Iowa College of ...
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William J. Dobson
The Globalist
Dobson is a 1994 Truman Scholar. Mr. Dobson holds a law degree from Harvard Law School and a Masters degree in East Asian Studies from Harvard University. He received his bachelor's degree, summa cum laude, from Middlebury College. He lives in ...
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Supreme Court upholds DNA swabbing of people under arrest
Scalia's siding with the liberals reflects his growing concern over the past five years about privacy, said Tom Goldstein, the publisher of SCOTUSblog, who teaches at Harvard Law School and is a Supreme Court analyst for NBC News. "We've seen several ...
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WDE announces three finalists for director position
The Ranger
Hokanson has a Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School and has held various positions in the US Department of Education including Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education and Chief of Staff, Office of Planning, ...
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Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma Positions Open
Native Times
The incumbent will be responsible for the overall administration of the Tribal Transportation Program grant and all applicable laws. QUALIFICATIONS: Preferred-Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or closely related engineering field or Masters Degree ...
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Former House Speaker Bob Kiss appointed Cabinet Secretary of Rev - Business ...
State Journal
Kiss is a 1979 graduate of Ohio State University, and he earned his law degree from OSU's law school in 1982. He currently is a partner at Bowles Rice Attorneys at Law in Charleston where he practices in the areas of tax, estate planning and commercial ...
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Wood announces for Arkansas Supreme Court
Log Cabin Democrat
After earning her bachelor's degree from Hendrix College, Wood received her law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law. Upon graduation, Wood practiced private law in Conway for four years, before becoming an ...
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Law Enforcement Sunday
Herald and News
Jennifer B Jones, 28, Portland, third-degree theft, giving false information to a police officer, attempting to elude a police officer, reckless driving, first-degree theft, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, held in lieu of $41,000 bail. DUII. Jaime ...
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Scott's busy week
Pensacola News Journal
The News Service also reported that a new law orders the Department of Education to create uniform ID badges for some school contractors; one that creates a third-degree felony for posting certain obscene materials on school property; and one that ...
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Web1 new result for Law Degree
Local Resident Receives Law Degree - Southeast Missourian
Cape Girardeau resident Rachel R. Harris received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Missouri School of Law on May 19, 2013. Rachel is a 2010 ...

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