Jun 10, 2013

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'Lawyer glut' not as grim as reported
Jackson Clarion Ledger
"I think those statistics are just faulty, frankly," Ole Miss School of Law Dean Richard Gershon said. They looked at the data, he said, noting that CareerOneStop lists only 30 new lawyer jobs annually for Mississippi, but Mississippi Department of ...
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Practicing law & writing books at 88: Ramchandra Desai earns nearly Rs 8 lakh ...
Economic Times
Retirement is envisioned by most as a period that entails relaxation and travel without the complication of a job. However, belying this belief are people like Ramchandra Ghanashyam Desai, who, at 88, has managed to combine fun with an enriching career.
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Trading Places: who's changing jobs in corporate Scotland
Herald Scotland
TAYSIDE law firm Thorntons has promoted 10 staff to associate and senior solicitor level across its Dundee, Edinburgh and Arbroath offices. Intellectual property, technology and media lawyers Claire Thompson and Loretta Maxfield have been promoted to ...
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Law Could Help Ex-Offenders Find Jobs
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A new Indiana law that allows some criminal records to be expunged from public background checks could open up job opportunities for thousands of rehabilitated ex-offenders. The law takes effect July 1 and marks the first time Indiana ...
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The Strange Case of Jobs Ohio and Public Auditing of Private Firms
Governing (blog)
An Ohio law signed by Gov. John Kasich last week would block public oversight of state liquor store revenues that are now being funneled to a private economic development entity. But a bipartisan effort is already underway to prevent the measure from ...
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UALR Law School Dean Michael Schwartz on Changes in Legal Education
Arkansas Business Online
Rather than focusing on national trends and data, students need to compare tuition and job opportunities associated with each of the law schools they are considering. They should even compare law school to alternative graduate school choices. For ...
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Does Tenure Hurt Students?
Above the Law
Of course law professors are incentivized to focus on their careers instead of helping their students build skills. Of course the system of tenure isn't designed to foster a dynamic and innovative approach to student services. That's been part of the ...
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Women gain ground in jobs race
"We have seen the recovery picking up steam for women," says Joan Entmacher, vice president of the National Women's Law Center. The trend could mark a new chapter in the labor recovery. From February 2010, when the job market hit bottom, until ...
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Job Watch: Shipping
The Lawyer
As a relatively niche area, vacancies in the shipping market are hard to come by. That said, a number of recruiters are adamant that associates and partners with a strong set of demonstrable skills and a substantial client following will always be in ...
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Jobs at risk from 'mad' EU rules says Chris Grayling
His attack comes as the Institute of Directors today says EU directives have been "gold-plated" as they become UK law, with additional burdens for businesses. Alexander Ehmann, at the IoD, said: "The EU is responsible for producing much of the ...
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Notice to Maumee Authority Stamping's "Investments-For-Jobs" Program ...
GlobeNewswire (press release)
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., June 10, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Law Firm of David R. Chase, P.A., headed by a former SEC Prosecutor, announces that it is investigating claims for the recovery of losses suffered by investors in the Maumee Authority ...
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George E. Sutton: Double standards can hinder getting job done
When I think of double standards, the first thing I think about is law enforcement and the military trying to do their jobs with high-tech equipment. This includes drones, permanent cameras and other surveillance. The liberals call this an invasion of ...
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New law strengthens work-study program in Indiana
The Statehouse File
INDIANAPOLIS – A new law makes several changes to the college work-study program in Indiana, making it available to more employers and more students and ensuring that students can put the jobs they obtain through the program on their resume.
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Allyson Weaver and ERRC Inform Coloradans About New Electronic Waste Law
Sacramento Bee
... Recycling Jobs Act that bans disposal of electronic devices in landfills, beginning July 1, 2013. ERRC members and CAFR Executive Director, Marjorie Griek, helped draft and gain passage of the new Colorado law. The law also requires state agencies ...
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How your credit score can hurt your job search
Minnesota Public Radio
But those same background checks are in use for other jobs, too. Shoe salesperson? Check. IT employee? Yes. Baker? Sure, why not? According to Chi Chi Wu, attorney for the National Consumer Law Center, companies that offer background screenings for ...
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Most civil service chiefs keep jobs
Caymanian Compass
The former high-ranking civil servants under the Public Service Management Law would have to be given similar pay and similar skilled positions to the ones they held prior to being placed on required leave, if they were to return to government.
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70000 long-term unemployed in NC lose federal benefits July 1
Burlington Times News
"There are just not enough jobs out here yet." About 70,000 people will stop receiving federal extended unemployment benefits June 30 – the result of a state law that goes into effect July 1. The law, one of the first passed by the legislature this ...
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The (Robot) Creative Class
New York Magazine
Machines have been chipping away at manufacturing jobs for decades, proving themselves faster, cheaper, and more precise than flesh-and-blood line workers. Now engineers are aiming higher than factory drudgery, pivoting ... Instead of employing gaggles ...
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The Morning Wrap
The BLT: Blog of Legal Times (blog)
Fewer Jobs: The legal industry lost 500 positions in May, The Am Law Daily reports. The sector had added jobs in March and April. Cyberwarfare: President Barack Obama has directed national security officials to create cyberwarfare abilities that could ...
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UAE labour bans still enforced
But a legal consultant at the Ministry of Labour clarified the rules and said expatriate workers would still receive a one-year ban if they failed to get their sponsor's consent before changing jobs. "No one is allowed to switch jobs even if they ...
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Senate's Immigration Bill Flags Women's Rights
Women's eNews
Under current immigration law the pathway to legalization requires proof of continuous employment or an average income that is not less than 125 percent of the Federal Poverty Level, a measure used by the U.S government to determine who is poor.
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Blogs2 new results for Law Jobs
Expungement law could help ex-offenders find jobs - Wish TV 8
A new Indiana law that allows some criminal records to be expunged from public background checks could open up job opportunities for thousands of rehabilitated ex-offenders.
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Conor Gearty: Legal Aid Changes | UK Constitutional Law Group
By Constitutional Law Group
Will Mr Grayling – the first lord chancellor not to be a lawyer for hundreds of years – listen, or will his fearlessness grown into the sort of stubbornness in the face of facts that ends political careers? Perhaps it already has. Conor Gearty is ...
UK Constitutional Law Group

Web4 new results for Law Jobs
Lawmakers fume as jobs law 'disappears into the bureaucracy' - The ...
They say the failure of financial regulators to issue new rules for startup companies is freezing out millions of investors. Lawmakers and company owners are ...
Haynes and Boone Announces Shanghai Plans - Lawjobs.com
Haynes and Boone Announces Shanghai Plans. By Tom Brennan All Articles ...
Law Jobs In Kenya 2013 | Kenya Jobs Vacancies, Employment ...
at U.S. Embassy in Nairobi Job Title: Computer Management AssistantReference : VA-62-13Advert DetailsRecruiter: U.S. EmbassyContract PermanentLocation: ...
Seto: JD Job Prospects as Predicted by JD Degrees Per Capita
I'm in one of the largest legal markets in the country (Massachusetts), and it's been, well, years since I've seen an actual entry-level law job that didn't actually ...

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