Jun 16, 2013

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Former ND Attorney General Sues Law School
Valley News Live
Nick Spaeth originally filed the lawsuit in July 2011 against the Michigan State University law school when he didn't get an interview. He later expanded the suit to include five more law schools, but dropped all those complaints except the one against ...
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Seeking expose on school security, students get a lesson in the law
Bend Bulletin
Paula Pecorella, the managing editor of the student newspaper at West Islip High School, and Nicholas Krauss, the features editor, both 17, in East Islip, N.Y., June 7, 2013. The two students were prosecuted for trespassing while working on an article ...
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Judge: College was right to reject ex-ND official
Facebook · Tweet. BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A federal judge says the Georgetown University law school did not discriminate against a former North Dakota attorney general based on his age when he was passed over for a faculty position. The Forum reports ...
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Teacher faces charges for carrying handgun at school
Topeka Capital Journal
Current state law, however, prevents anyone other than law enforcement officers from carrying a gun into a school if a sign banning guns is conspicuously posted. The state Legislature passed a law this year that allows school districts to designate an ...
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Author to discuss discovering deafness at midlife at Marblehead library
Wicked Local
At Columbia Law School, he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, was awarded the Jerome Michael Scholarship for academic excellence and clerked for Professor Julius Goebel Jr., perhaps the preeminent legal historian of our time. He has published ...
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In My Library Tucker Max
New York Post
Meet Tucker Max, whose hard-partying days at the University of Chicago and Duke University Law School are chronicled in such bestsellers as "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell." Eventually, "Beer" became a movie, and it's just inspired a play, "I Hope They ...
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For Columbus senator, it's all about future
Lincoln Journal Star
He was headed for medical school -- but not too happy about having to dissect a cat in comparative anatomy -- when he ran into a classmate who told him he should take the LSAT, Law School Admission Test, just for the heck of it. "I had nothing better ...
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Town hall on schools has high absenteeism
The Albany Herald
Albany City Commissioner Ivey Hines held a town hall meeting Saturday with Dougherty County School System Interim Superintendent Butch Mosely at the Albany Law Enforcement Center to discuss all the good things going on with the local school system.
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Rehab available to Southern Illinois' cancer patients
The Southern
SIU Law School professor Jennifer Camero knows this all too well. After coming to Carbondale from Chicago, she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. "Within two weeks of my diagnosis, I had my mastectomy," she said, describing the entire process as ...
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Mass. US Senate hopeful Edward Markey, at a glance
Albany Times Union
EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree from Boston College, 1968; juris doctorate from Boston College Law School, 1972. CAREER: Markey served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1973 to 1977. He entered Congress in 1977, where he ...
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Sumter School Board briefed on SLED investigation of high school
The State
SUMTER, SC — Lawyers for the Sumter School District briefed trustees on the current South Carolina Law Enforcement Division's investigation into testing procedures at Sumter High School at the board's specially called meeting Saturday morning.
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Book Review - Exploring the constitutional history of Jamaica
Jamaica Gleaner
Rowe brings his perspective as a scholar - he has been adjunct professor of law at the University of Miami Law School since 1988 and public commentator - to the book. David P. Rowe is regarded as a pioneer in the area of transnational law and has spent ...
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Students, others laud Achievement Project at Chester High School
Delaware County Daily Times
Nicola Tollett Jefferson formed The Achievement Project in 2002 when she arrived in the area, having seen the influence of one-on-one interaction while tutoring a girl in Harlem during her Columbia Law School days. "It's low numbers, high impact," she ...
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India, US for close interaction between legal agencies
Later presiding over the renewal of an MoU between the IICA and the George Washington University Law School, Pilot said their collaboration must make the best of the good work that is being done. International experiences covering the global business ...
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Hot Springs community college opts out of gun law
National Park Community College President Sally Carder tells The Sentinel-Record (http://bit.ly/11lZq0I ) that school officials discussed the issue for months and decided to opt out based on recommendations from local law enforcement. Last month, the ...
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Megyn Kelly Legitimizes Ted Cruz's McCarthyism
News Hounds
The magazine quoted him a few months ago as saying Harvard Law School had "twelve" Communists who "believed in the overthrow of the U.S. Government" on its faculty when he attended in the early nineties. That allegation is disputed by one of Cruz' ...
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School gun safety bill is signed
Cleveland Daily Banner
The new law allows retired, previous, or current law enforcement officers across the state to possess a firearm on school property if the person has a handgun carry permit, is authorized in writing by the school superintendent, is in compliance with ...
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School set to make waves as surfing champ splashes out
Banffshire Journal
She said: "My heart was never really in law, but I wanted to complete my traineeship before making such a big career decision. "My family have been very supportive and know I didn't want to wake up years from now thinking 'what if'. "There's a real ...
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One year in, Oconomowoc High School staff, students adjusting to change
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Or, to paraphrase Simon and Garfunkel, I'm still looking around for Oconomowoc's possibilities. Alan J. Borsuk is senior fellow in law and public policy at Marquette University Law School. Reach him at alan.borsuk@marquette.edu. © 2013, Journal ...
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Addison Confesses:Time wasting is for Akufo-Addo to return
"Honestly, it is surprising that Philip Addison, a product of the Ghana Law School, is doing all the things that we were taught not to do in Law School. He is really disgracing the Ghana Law School, and he must bow down his head in shame"; the lawyer ...
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Satin sofas and mirrors on the ceiling
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
One of the studies, by Dan Immergluck of the School of Regional Planning at Georgia Tech and Frank Alexander of the law school at Emory, deplores the "unfortunate loss of opportunity to halt the economic destruction of huge portions of the state." But ...
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More unpaid interns file lawsuits against employers for pay
Arizona Daily Sun
"This is one that's going to have some shock waves," said David Yamada, a law professor and director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University Law School in Boston. But many companies are still posting job listings for unpaid interns online ...
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Tom Miller: US Attorney makes sound recommendations for school safety
Huntington Herald Dispatch
In the aftermath of the tragic shooting spree at a Connecticut elementary school last December when 20 children and six adults were shot to death, school officials and law enforcement officials in every state have been exploring options to prevent such ...
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George Will: IRS's Lerner showed her stripes at FEC
In 1986, just 26 and fresh from the University of Illinois law school, he sank $1,000 of his own money, which was most of his money, into his campaign to unseat an incumbent Democratic congressman. He lost his campaign. Today, however, he should be ...
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Odds and ends
–Does anyone who doesn't work in local television call the Rockford area "the stateline"? –Wouldn't you love to see a debate between Harvard Law School graduates Barack Obama and Ted Cruz (with no interruptions allowed)? –The TV networks are run by ...
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The Macho Dynamic
The Weekly Standard
Marcus, a graduate of Yale and Harvard Law School, is described by the Post syndicate as "a boots-on-the-ground columnist who reports first and opines later." But boots on the ground aside, she appears to spend most of her analytical energy calculating ...
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Sen. Kissel's Vietnam vets honorary diplomas bill signed into law
Foothills Media Group
The new law allows any veteran who did not complete high school, due to service in the armed forces during the Vietnam era, to receive an honorary high school diploma. It is effective immediately. Kissel's proposal was similar to a measure he co ...
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Reduce influence of rich campaign donors
Great Falls Tribune
Opinion · Elections · Great Falls. Last year, as 2012 campaigns got uglier and uglier, Harvard Law School Professor Lawrence Lessig gave a lecture at the University of Montana that illuminated the greatest problem our nation faces today. You can watch ...
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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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McMahon: In praise of 'Good Old Dad'
A graduate of The University of Chicago Law School, Vernon Houchen practiced law in Decatur, Ill., beginning in 1955. This is a tribute to Vernon Houchen, a Good Old Dad, signed by Deborah Houchen McMahon, Kerry Denison, Pamela Houchen Oster and ...
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Bad act should be changed
Times Daily
The law requires any school that has been in the bottom 6 percent of the state on standardized test scores in any three of the past six years to be labeled "failing." Students in these schools have the right to transfer to private schools, which will ...
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Anna Dubenko, David Flumenbaum
New York Times
The groom's mother is an adjunct professor at New York Law School, an editor in residence at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and a teaching professional at New York University. She teaches law and media law. From 1989 to 2001, she was the ...
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Summer School on Human Rights, Migration and Globalization ...
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The deadline for registering to participate in the inaugural Summer School on Human Rights, Migration and Globalization at the Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland, Galway has ...
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Law School Honors Three with Contributions to Legal Community ...
Nashville School of Law's 20th annual Recognition Dinner honored individuals with decades of service to the legal community as well as the entire Nashville ...
Will jobs be there for law school grads? | The Journal Gazette
Peter Alexander is tired of explaining it.But the question keeps coming up: Why does Indiana need another law school?Alexander is the dean of the newly ...
Law School to Host Legal Program on MPB | The University Of ...
Beginning July 2, the University of Mississippi School of Law will undertake a new radio program, In Legal Terms, with Mississippi Public Broadcasting (MPB).
Pace Law School professor and alumnus to be honored at NYCLU ...
Professor McLaughlin, who has been a member of the Pace Law School faculty for 25 years, believes that it is important to fight for social justice and it is ...

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