Jun 14, 2013

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Bird-Beheading Law School Grad Pleads Guilty
Bird isn't the word for University of California, Berkeley law school graduate Justin Teixeira; the word is guilty. Teixeira, who graduated from the law school this May, pleaded guilty to criminal charges relating to beheading an exotic bird at a Las ...
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Gang-raped student quits law school,returns to Nepal
Times of India
BANGALORE: A student of National Law School of India University (NLSIU), who was gang-raped by eight persons on the Bangalore's University's Jnanabharathi campus last year, has discontinued her studies and left for her country, Nepal.
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Law school student will work with Atlanta's CDC
Aila Hoss is off to Atlanta to help the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and "Winnable Battles." That's the name of the program that will be assisted by Hoss '12, a student in the University of Oregon School of Law who was selected as an Oak ...
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Largest State Poised to Require Practical Skills Training
The practical skills training requirement could be fulfilled in two ways: First, students could take at least 15 credit hours (about 25 percent of the typical course load) of practical training during their second and third years of law school ...
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NLSIU rape victim leaves law school; Trial of six accused commences in ...
Bar & Bench
The trial of six of the accused in the gang-rape of a NLSIU student, has commenced before the Additional City Civil and Sessions Court in Bangalore presided by Judge KB Sangannanaar. Another accused has been absconding while the trial of the eighth ...
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Chinese dissident to leave New York University shortly
Chicago Tribune (blog)
Chen, who was born blind and taught himself law, may head to Fordham University Law School, also in New York City, according to a Fordham spokesman who said negotiations were still underway. Chen could not immediately be reached for comment, but ...
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Perry signs 'Merry Christmas' law for schools; says US doesn't protect ...
The Republic
AUSTIN, Texas — Surrounded by sleigh bell-ringing Santa Claus impersonators, Gov. Rick Perry on Thursday signed a law protecting Christmas and other holiday celebrations in Texas public schools from legal challenges — but also stressed that freedom ...
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State law forces NASD budget deficit increase; school board weighs tax increase
Natchez Democrat
NATCHEZ — State law will prohibit the Natchez-Adams School District from cutting more than $400,000 from its budget in the manner administrators had planned; so the district may soon turn to taxpayers for an even higher tax hike. The district's budget ...
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PRINCETON: School board concerned by computer use law
Packet Online
But in a press release his office issued in April, he said, "Big Brother has no place in our schools. It's the administration's job to educate, not monitor their students. With this law, parents will know exactly what their child is bringing into the ...
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Expert calls for law change to close tax loophole
The Northern Echo
Tax law specialist , Professor Rita de la Feria, of Durham Law School, said a destination-based corporate tax system was the fairest way of ensuring that major organisations could not use the current tax system to avoid paying corporation tax. The ...
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Detroit on Bankruptcy's Brink Stops Paying Some Debts, Orr Says
Bloomberg Law
Protesters yell after being shut out of a public informational meeting at Wayne State University's Law School in Detroit, on June 10, 2013. State-appointed emergency manager Kevyn Orr told people attending the meeting that the chances Detroit can avoid ...
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New North Carolina Law to Revive Cursive Writing in Schools
Wall Street Journal- India
RALEIGH, N.C.—Elementary-school students will once again be taught to write in cursive in North Carolina, as part of a Back to Basics law signed late Wednesday by Republican Gov. Pat McCrory. This year, North Carolina implemented the common-core ...
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reform 'one way or another'
University at Buffalo Reporter
Andrew M. Cuomo yesterday stumped for an ambitious package of anti-corruption measures and campaign finance reforms to an attentive UB Law School audience. In his June 12 address before about 200 people in the Charles B. Sears Law Library, the ...
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Valedictorian gets legal counsel after high school turns off mike during his ...
ABA Journal
A high school valedictorian has gotten legal counsel after a Texas high school reportedly made good on a threat to turn off the microphone if he deviated from a preapproved commencement speech. Remington Reimer, 19, who expects to attend the U.S. ...
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Justice Usha Mehra becomes full-time member of Law Commission
Business Standard
... case, was today appointed as full-time member of the Law Commission. Bijai Narain Mani, eminent law author, and Gurjeet Singh, Director General of the National Law School and Judicial Academy Assam, were appointed part-time members of the panel.
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Ignatius Foundation Donates Another $50000 to Amerian Scholarship
Asbarez Armenian News
University of Southern California Gould School of Law Student, Shaunt Kodaverdian (center), was congratulated on winning the Law School's prestigious Moot Court Competition by representatives of the George Ignatius Foundation, Walter Karabian, Esq., ...
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Greenfield's Law Would Provide Security for Yeshivas and Parochial Schools
Yeshiva World News
nypdss Councilman David G. Greenfield introduced legislation this week in the City Council that would improve safety at every New York City school by requiring the NYPD to provide all institutions – whether they are public or private – with a School ...
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Merging Christchurch school seeks legal advice
Newstalk ZB
The Christchurch school was told late last month that despite public opposition, it will be merging with Woolston School as part of several school closures and mergers in the city. Board of Trustees chair Wayne West says they've come to the conclusion ...
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Lawyers in Schools: Kirkbie Kendal 'legal eagles' boost law knowledge
The Westmorland Gazette
DOZENS of 'legal eagles' at a South Lakeland school picked up certificates for completing a ground-breaking Lawyers in Schools programme. Citizenship lessons at Kirkbie Kendal School have been brought to life throughout the year by visiting lawyers who ...
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Attorney Robert L. Habush Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award
North Shore Now
A number of cases he has been involved with have helped transform the law, leading to significant protections for workers and consumers. He has also been a professor at both of Wisconsin's law schools, an author, a noted lecturer both locally and ...
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What's Bugging You Mid-Michigan? School Didn't Contact Parents About ...
One mother in Jackson County's Napoleon is upset because she says her son's school didn't tell her he had been bullied. Schools are legally obligated to inform law enforcement if there is a bullying incident. Schools must also contact both sets of ...
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Stratford School student wins "There Ought to be a Law" contest
Garden City News
Amanda DeRosa with Senator Kemp Hannon Amanda DeRosa, a student at Stratford School, was recently awarded first place in Senator Kemp Hannon's 2013 "There Ought To Be A Law" Competition. The contest honors ideas for new laws, as conceived by ...
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Fisher v. Texas: Race-Based Affirmative Action Policies Are Actually Racist
In this case, a white applicant to the University of Michigan Law School was rejected and made a case similar to that of Fisher. The court upheld the University of Michigan affirmative action policy. This decision sets the precedent for the law currently.
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Not gambling on the law
OCRegister (subscription)
A professor at Whittier Law School in Costa Mesa, Rose helped knock down legal barriers to Indian casinos and opened the way for expansion of California poker clubs. He's been quoted by the supreme courts of California and North Dakota and has had his ...
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Equestrian camp for kids expands participants
Muncie Star Press
The third annual camp, which began June 3, focused on offering activities for 26 children from third grade through high school in Blackford County with mild disabilities. "There is a real need for summer opportunities for students with disabilities ...
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Wapahani's Evans finishes his All - Star experience
Muncie Star Press
Sure, Elle Woods tackled Harvard Law School. But did you know she can sing and dance as well?- 2:18 pm. Flynnville Train stopping at Minnetrista. Flynnville Train will be stopping in town this month to kick off the Summer Stage Fest at...- 2:16 pm. Hot ...
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Education department challenges 'innovative districts' law
The Kansas City Kansan
That law sets up a separate board that has authority to grant exemptions for as many as 29 school districts from having to comply with most state laws and regulations governing public schools. To qualify for an exemption, the districts have to submit a ...
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Dwight Opperman dies at 89
Minnesota Lawyer (blog)
He started with West Publishing after graduating from the Drake University Law School in 1951. During his tenure the company became one of the largest legal publishers in the world and helped develop WestLaw, the ubiquitous legal research tool used ...
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Hartford Public Law And Government Academy Graduates 90
Hartford Courant
Hartford Public High School Law and Government Academy Valedictorian Winifer Rosario gets a hug from principal Adam Johnson after he presented her with her diploma Thursday night. Ninety students graduated before a raucous crowd of family and ...
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Well-known Iowa native, Drake supporter dies
KCCI Des Moines
He graduated from Drake Law School in 1951. He was a well-known contributor to the school as well as serving on several boards at Drake. He endowed the Dwight D. Opperman Lecture in Constitutional Law, which has brought eight present and former U.S. ...
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McDonnell signs school safety bills into law
Loudoun Times-Mirror
Other school safety bills include House Bill 2343, which creates a grant program for school security equipment; House Bill 2344, which requires schools to establish policies for the creation of threat assessment teams in each schools; and House Bill ...
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GA should pass HB 165 to reform charter school law
The News Journal
As a parent of two children attending two of Delaware's 22 charter schools, I implore our legislators to pass the charter school reform bill, House Bill 165, on Tuesday when it moves to the floor of the Delaware House of Representatives for consideration.
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Legislator apprehensive over proposed anti-bullying law
A PARTY-LIST lawmaker on Friday urged schools to adopt correct and fair policies in the implementation of the anti-bullying bill once it is enacted into law by President Benigno Aquino III. "You see, my apprehension is how to draw the line between ...
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Corning Leader
Born April 21, 1954 in Bath, NY, Chilt graduated from Colgate University with a major in history and from Albany Law School. Working for more than 30 years at the New York State Law Reporting Bureau, an office of the State Court of Appeals, he was a ...
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Lessig to Moyers: Government should use its power to protect privacy—not ...
Raw Story
Director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University and founder of Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society Larry Lessig stopped by to speak with Bill Moyers about how the government should be using its ability to ...
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Déjà Vu All Over Again: Law School Applications Down 13% | Most ...
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Déjà Vu All Over Again: Law School Applications Down 13%: Another year, another drop in the prospective law school admissions pool.
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Brian Leiter's Law School Reports: Light blogging for a bit...
By Brian Leiter
I'll be at a conference next week, so probably won't have much new until the week of June 24. Dan Filler may have some items...
Brian Leiter's Law School Reports
Short-Termism at Its Worst - Weblogs at Harvard Law School
By R. Christopher Small, Co-editor, HLS Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation,
Short-Termism at Its Worst - The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation - A law and economics blog from the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance that gathers the latest news, ...
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Looking to Hire? Legal Resume Red Flags to Look Out For - FindLaw
By Betty Wang
We all know from law school and having been through the job-search-wringer that your legal resume is often the make-or-break for many folks. But, it doesn't just stop with the candidate -- those of us who are tasked with having to sift through ...
FindLaw News for Legal Professionals
WakeEd - Wake County school board election bill becomes law on ...
By SatchHH
The Wake County school board election bill is now law, with new election boundaries, a new election date and other changes going into effect in 2016. The state Senate voted 33-15 today to concur with the version of Senate Bill 325 that was ...
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Stanford law Professor James Cavallaro joins watchdog group | The ...
By ray
Cavallaro was executive director of the Harvard Law School Human Rights Program before joining the Stanford faculty in 2011. Cavallaro's colleagues from Harvard praised his election, saying: "We know firsthand the dedication, legal skill ...
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Law Schools Are Changing, But How and Why? - Lawyerist is a blog
Tweet. The drumbeat of the impending doom of law schools seems to have quieted, what with the shuttering of Paul Campos' Inside the Law School Scam, the ...
Law Schools With the Highest Median LSAT - Yahoo! News
From Yahoo! News: The U.S. News Short List, separate from our overall rankings, is a regular series that magnifies individual data points in hopes of providing ...
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