Jun 13, 2013

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Law school grad pleads guilty in bird beheading
Las Vegas Review-Journal
A University of California, Berkeley law school graduate pleaded guilty Wednesday to the October drunken beheading of an exotic bird on the Strip. Justin Teixeira, who appeared in court dressed in a suit, said he was guilty of felony killing of another ...
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UVA Law School Hosts National Security Law Institute - NBC29 WVIR ...
NBC 29 News
The top brass from homeland security, the FBI and other government offices are converging this week at the University of Virginia's School of Law. Drone killings, cyber threats and and terrorism are some of the topics they will learn about at the 21st ...
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Confusion over admission quells initial National Law School euphoria
Times of India
CHENNAI: The launch of a National Law School in Trichy this year seemed to further support the idea of Tamil Nadu as an educational hub. But now, confusion over the admission process threatens to quell the initial euphoria over the new institution.
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How Much Did It Cost To Build Lego Law School?
Above the Law
I should be clear, this isn't a story about a replica law school building made out of Lego pieces. I'm pretty sure a lot of people have already done that — maybe Nathan Sawaya, lawyer turned Lego artist. And this isn't a story about a life-sized law ...
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Touro Law School's Disaster Relief Clinic helps elderly Sandy victims from ...
News 12 Long Island
Joe and Anita Gaeta have lived in their Oakdale home for decades. Over the past few years, Anita suffered two strokes, followed by 12 seizures, leaving her paralyzed on the right side and unable to speak. (June 12, 2013 6:18 PM) ...
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Penn appoints new vice provost of faculty
Philly.com (blog)
Allen's appointment comes five months after the university came under criticism for failing to fill top administrative positions with people of color. Allen, a Havard law school graduate who has taught at Penn since 1998 and has held dean positions, is ...
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USD School of Law welcomes two new faculty members
Vermillion Plain Talk
University of South Dakota School of Law welcomes two new faculty members, Wendy N. Hess and Thomas E. Simmons, to begin teaching this fall as assistant professors. "I could not be more pleased with the hiring of Professors Hess and Simmons," stated ...
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Senate committee approves bill updating federal education law
Washington Post
That goal of proficiency by 2014 came to be widely seen as unrealistic, and officials from governors to school board members have been asking Congress to rewrite the law and replace the provision. No Child Left Behind, which was signed into law in 2002 ...
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Sen. urges benefits equality, legal aid for vets
Jeanne Shaheen urged members of the Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs Wednesday to pass bills that would bring benefits equality to same-sex military couples and would enhance law school programs that provide free legal services to veterans.
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Berkeley school board bans comments on investigation, breaks FOIA law
Charleston Post Courier
ProvidedBerkeley County School Board Chairman Kent Murray (left) called former board member Terry Hardesty (right) "out of order" when Hardesty mentioned the State Law Enforcement Division's investigation into charges that district employees misused ...
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Rutgers Law-Camden Professor's Approach to Teaching Helps Make Students ...
News from Rutgers
To help students compete in a challenging legal market, law schools look for ways to make future graduates more "practice ready." Long before the current crisis in legal education, Rutgers–Camden Clinical Professor Sarah Ricks took a practical approach ...
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Transgender child's bathroom battle raises a legal case of sex identity
Washington Times
Clenchy, attorneys debated whether the Asa Adams Elementary School in Orono violated Maine's human rights law in 2007 when it decided to require the fifth-grader to stop using the girls' bathroom and use a single-stall, unisex staff bathroom instead.
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Sandra Day O'Connor receives award from Phila. law firm
O'Connor said finding her place in law, a man's world in the 1950s, was not easy. "When I got out [of law school], I had a good record and all that stuff, and it was just a total shock that nobody was willing to hire a woman," O'Connor said. "They ...
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Wake school board election bill becomes law
News & Observer
RALEIGH — New election districts for the Wake County school board became law Wednesday with passage of a legislative overhaul of how and when votes are cast in North Carolina's largest school system. Under Senate Bill 325, the boundaries adopted by ...
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School board violated open meetings law
Minot Daily News
The Turtle Lake-Mercer school board violated the open meetings law last September, according to a ruling issued Wednesday by State Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem. Stenehjem wrote that the board failed to include a planned executive session on the ...
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Washington Informer
1938 The Supreme Court rules the practice of sending black students out of state for legal training when the state provides a law school for whites within its borders does not fulfill the state's "separate but equal" obligation. The Court orders ...
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Challenges to phone records face legal obstacles
Danbury News Times
14, 2012 file photo, Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Alito speaks at Roger Williams University Law School in Bristol, R.I. Massive government surveillance of Americans' phone and internet activity is drawing protests from civil liberties groups ...
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Law being proposed could dissolve Pontiac schools, other struggling districts
Oakland Press
During testimony on the controversial option, Oakland Schools intermediate Superintendent Vickie Markavitch offered her own proposal — a school system in financial emergency would be taken over by the intermediate district of that county for three to ...
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Schools bill to give states more control - Business, Government Legal News ...
State Journal
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate Education Committee on Wednesday finished its sweeping rewrite of No Child Left Behind that eases coast-to-coast requirements for schools and gives states greater independence to set their own goals. On a party-line vote, ...
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Northrup Schlueter Law Firm Welcomes Jillian Morphis as Associate
Morphis comes to Northrup Schlueter with an impressive academic record that puts her in perfect position to succeed at every level of jurisprudence. She received her law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law and earned a certificate in ...
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Want a California law license? You should take 15 units of law-school skills ...
ABA Journal
To get a law license in the state, would-be lawyers would have to complete 15 units of skills courses or externships in law school. They would have to provide 50 hours of legal services for pro bono or modest-means clients either before or after admission.
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Dallas Accused of 'School to Prison' Regime
Courthouse News Service
Texas Appleseed, the National Center for Youth Law and Disability Rights Texas filed a complaint on the students' behalf Wednesday with the U.S. Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division, Educational Opportunities Section. The groups say Dallas ...
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Cuomo stumps for his initiatives to reform state government
Buffalo News
While the governor has been touting his reform efforts for the past several weeks, he is now taking his arguments on the road. His first stop Wednesday was the law school library, where about 80 invited guests settled in among row after row of legal ...
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Law grad, 70, who celebrated 50th wedding anniversary June 1, is now studying ...
ABA Journal
Unlike some younger classmates, Sandra Wilson didn't go to law school for the money. Nor is she worried about balancing a fledgling legal career with marriage and children—at 70, she just celebrated her 50th wedding anniversary June 1 and is a ...
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Lawsuits challenging government surveillance face daunting legal obstacles
FILE - In this Sept. 14, 2012 file photo, Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Alito speaks at Roger Williams University Law School in Bristol, R.I. Massive government surveillance of Americans' phone... (Associated Press) ...
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Cuomo stumps for his initiative to reform state government
Buffalo News
"The past few months have been a setback," he said of reform efforts today at the University at Buffalo Law School. "They also present an opportunity." And he made it clear he wants the State Legislature to pass in the current session ending this month ...
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Law enforcement officers conduct SWAT training at Spring Branch school
HOUSTON –Several law enforcement departments participated in a special SWAT class Wednesday at the old Valley Oaks Elementary School. It was a rare opportunity for officers to practice in a school building. "It's very important—they never get a chance ...
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Justice Usha Mehra becomes full-time member of Law Commission
Zee News
Bijai Narain Mani, eminent law author, and Gurjeet Singh, the director general of the National Law School and Judicial Academy Assam, were appointed part-time members of the panel. Justice Usha Mehra becomes full-time member of Law Commission ...
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Educators celebrate law reducing number of end-of-course exams
The River Cities Sunday Tribune
MARBLE FALLS — After the state enacted standards two years ago requiring Texas high school students to endure 15 end-of-course exams during their four years, state leaders forced a reversal during the 2013 session and passed legislation slashing that ...
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Children and school-related injuries
Palm Beach Post
Children are hurt in schools and school-related activities on a daily basis. While schools and their employees are not automatically responsible for every injury that occurs, they are liable for harm to students when they fail to act in a manner ...
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Harvard law professor is visiting Morse chair
The University of Oregon School of Law this fall will host a Harvard law professor who developed that university's first "massive open online courses." The Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics will welcome William "Terry" Fisher as the visiting ...
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CBS legal analyst to speak to lawyers in Gillette
Gillette News Record
Ford, a Yale graduate who paid for his law school education at Fordham by winning money on the quiz show, "Jeopardy," will be the keynote speaker at the event. After a successful career as a trial attorney, Ford began working as a legal commentator.
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Opinion: When innovation and market clash - the taxi cab app
Cass R. Sunstein, a law professor at Harvard Law School, writes for Bloomberg News. He is the former administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, the co-author of "Nudge" and author of "Simpler: The Future of Government.".
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Bendle High School's Top Ten graduates
Megan plans to attend Eastern Michigan University to earn masters in accounting and will then transfer to Cooley Law School. She has been involved with the National Honor Society, Student Council, Prom Committee, and Service learning. She participated ...
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GOP seeks tally of jobs affected by health law
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Indiana's seven Republican members of the U.S. House want the White House to account for cuts in school workers' hours related to the federal health care law. Led by Rep. Marlin Stutzman, R-3rd, the GOP lawmakers pointed Wednesday to the reduction in ...
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Joshua ISD Officials Violate State And Federal Law By Censoring Valedictorian ...
Sacramento Bee
Today, Liberty Institute sent an official notice letter, required under Texas law to give school officials 60 days to comply with state law to avoid legal consequences. A copy of the letter may be found at http://www.libertyinstitute.org/document.doc ...
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The Turkish Spring: Lawyers Rounded Up
Center for Research on Globalization
According to Turkish lawyer Kerem Gulay, a Fulbright Scholar and doctoral student at Cornell Law School, police tactics include excessive beatings with police batons and rifle handles, and the use of pepper spray and other chemicals, rubber bullets ...
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Grand Isle woman wins equal pay lawsuit
Wendie Dreves, left, the plaintiff in the sex and discrimination case against Hudson Group Inc., shakes hands with Cheryl Hanna, Vermont Law School professor outside of the Federal Court Building in Burlington on March 19, 2013. / MADDIE ...
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Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog» Blog Archive » New ...
By J. Gordon Hylton
Marquette University Law School - Contact Us Marquette University Law School, P.O. Box 1881, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201 (414) 288-7090. Street Address: Marquette University Law School, 1215 W. Michigan St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin ...
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Brian Leiter's Law School Reports: The MOOCs are coming...
By Brian Leiter
and it doesn't bode well for law schools. Bar review courses have long been done via what were essentially "MOOCs," it would not be surprising...
Brian Leiter's Law School Reports
Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School | News from the Religious ...
By lmarshall
California law authorizes public schools to adopt "released-time" programs, where students may periodically leave school an hour early to receive instruction in the religion of their choice. The chief purpose of the law is to accommodate ...
Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford...
Of Arms and the Law: Gun free school zones are such a wonderful ...
By David Hardy
The result: a surrender to a psychopath. A teacher's ex was stalking her, despite restraining orders. The school resolves the threat by firing her. A parochial school, too. In my day, the principal would have told one of the nuns "deal with this man ...
Of Arms and the Law

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Harvard Law School celebrates 2013 Commencement
The Law School's Class Day program was held on Wednesday, May 29, on Holmes Field, in front of Langdell Library. This year's Class Day speaker, author and ...
Law School Mourns the Passing of Tom Crosby - U of MN Law School
Crosby was a long-time supporter of and advocate for the University of Minnesota Law School. "Tom Crosby was a lawyer's lawyer, a wonderful community ...
70-year-old Florida Panhandle grandmother graduates from law ...
PANAMA CITY, Fla. (AP) — A 70-year-old grandmother is studying for the bar exam after graduating from law school.

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