Jun 2, 2013

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Writs flying over law school name
The Canberra Times
The Australian National University has been taken to court for trademark infringement over the name of its law school by a private tertiary education institution. But the ANU has fired back, attempting to have the trademark struck out. The College of ...
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The stars align for a new law school in Tacoma
TheNewsTribune.com
Since 1999, the South Sound has had a hole the shape of a law school in its higher education system. That's when the University of Puget Sound shipped off its law school to Seattle University for a sum rumored to exceed thirty pieces of silver. But the ...
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New law gives teeth to 'zero tolerance' policy for school bus drivers
Chicago Tribune
When Palatine school officials received a tip that one of their bus drivers smelled of alcohol, they took matters into their own hands instead of calling police. The incident demonstrated how one district handled a potentially dangerous situation amid ...
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Reed High School namesake dies at 88
Reno Gazette Journal
Born in Mason in 1925, he was an all-state basketball player at Reno High School and at the University of Nevada. He graduated from the latter in 1949 and from Harvard Law School in 1952, where he met Sally Torrance at Wellesley College. They were ...
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Therapy Dogs Ease Stress for Students
Valley News
Therapy Dogs Ease Stress for Students. Lauren Tillotson says hello to Fluffy, a therapy dog with The Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dog group, in front of the law library at Chapman University Law School for some stress relief on during finals week on ...
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CPS: State school law refutes lawsuit
Columbus Telegram
A lawsuit was filed May 14, 2013, against Columbus Public Schools by Mr. Daryl G. Johnson of Columbus, Nebraska through his attorney Mr. Ray Baker. This lawsuit revolves around the question: May a public school district in the State of Nebraska ...
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Life gets tricky by degrees
Waterbury Republican American
I am here in a too-tight skirt and heels that make tiny divots in the lush landscape, to celebrate my niece Rachel's graduation from Vermont Law School. In the three years since she has been studying in the cozy town of South Royalton, my family and I ...
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'Tebow Law' Opens Public School Sports To Home-Schooled Students
Northwest Arkansas News
Teens who go to school at home can attend extracurricular activities in a public school, according to a new state law. At A Glance. What is Act 1469? Act 1469 opens participation in public school sports to home-schooled students. Students must ...
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End race-based affirmative action? No.
New York Daily News
And with an eerie sense of déjà vu, commentators are suggesting — as they did a decade ago, when the court considered the use of race in the admissions process at the University of Michigan Law School — that admissions officials should substitute ...
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Court Prepares To Write New Chapters In Civil Rights History
NPR
"These [cases] really go to the heart of who we are as a country, and the things that divide us as a country," says Wermiel, law school professor at American University and biographer of the late Justice William Brennan. "As de Tocqueville wrote," he ...
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Goosmann law firm hires attorney
Sioux City Journal
Smith has nearly two decades of experience in the business manufacturing industry, working as senior counsel at IBP inc. and BPI Technology Inc. Before that, he served as an assistant U.S. Attorney. He is a graduate of the University of Nebraska Law ...
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Bob Horton: School board can't go on ignoring state law
Greenwich Time
The first sign of trouble was fathers in the audience at the Board of Education meeting Thursday night. "It was not all PTA members and mommies, the usual crowd," said one observer, a veteran of perhaps too many board meetings. "There were lots of dads ...
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No common sense is shown in high school discrimination cases
Lansing State Journal
ï Cougars my pick: Kudos to Bath and Portland for winning Diamond Classic high school baseball games a week ago Friday. Both will be excited and so will their fans, to play in Tuesdayís semifinals at Cooley Law School Stadium. Both should account of ...
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Chen Guangcheng courted by US institutions with opposing views
Financial Times
The activist is currently a fellow at New York University's Law School but is also in negotiations to become a visiting scholar at the Leitner Center, a human rights programme at New York's Fordham School of Law. Since arriving in the US, Mr Chen, who ...
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Layman - Cochran engagement
San Angelo Standard Times
Haley graduated from Central High School in 2004. After graduation, Haley attended Texas Tech University where she received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Haley went on to receive her Doctor of Jurisprudence from Baylor Law School in ...
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Minnesota justice, an old-school Republican, hits retirement age
Minneapolis Star Tribune
As a new University of Minnesota Law School graduate in 1968, Anderson was cochair of Students for Nelson Rockefeller. That role brought him into the orbit of Rockefeller backers including Wheelock Whitney and George and Sally Pillsbury, and linked him ...
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Robert T. Cole, international tax lawyer
Washington Post
He graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 1953 and from Harvard Law School in 1956. He then served two years in the Air Force before receiving a postgraduate diploma in law at the London School of Economics in 1959.
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Column: The difference between real fraud and fake fraud
Roanoke Times (blog)
This is taught in every law school in the land, including at George Mason University, where Virginia Attorney General Kenneth Cuccinelli earned his shingle. Now he's the Republican nominee for governor. The question of the day is, did Cuccinelli learn ...
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NIGERIA: Former Attorney General of Lagos Canvasses Rule of Law
Codewit Global Network
Osinbajo, a Professor of Law, stated this, recently, at the official launch of the School of Etiquette, in Lagos. He also appealed to the political class to ensure that the rule of law prevailed in the polity so as to address some of the problems ...
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Military briefs for Sunday, June 2
The Desert Sun
He's leaving the military to attend the University of Idaho Law School. Martinez, 26, married his high school sweetheart, Kim, in 2006 and has two sons — Tristan, 6, and Taylor, 5. Martinez spent his first four years aboard the aircraft carrier USS ...
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Dart exec talks expansion in Mason
Lansing State Journal
Education: Bachelor's degree in economics from Stanford University, law degree from the University of Michigan Law School. More. As an executive vice president for Mason-based Dart Container Corp., Jim Lammers will play a key role in guiding the cups ...
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Professionals to Watch: Jill Ritchie
nwitimes.com
She chose to study law at the University of Pittsburgh because it was reasonably priced and a good school with strong academic program, plus her family was only an hour away, Ritchie says. After passing the bar, she practiced law at a small firm in ...
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Paving paths for education and transportation are not mutually exclusive
TheNewsTribune.com
The advocates of starting a small night-school law program at the University of Washington-Tacoma argue, not without some persuasiveness, that having one would keep talented students at home instead of heading to Seattle to get a degree and launch or ...
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Attorney: Ban "pink" at trial
Access North Georgia
MACON - A defense attorney for a man accused of killing and dismembering a Mercer University law school classmate in 2011 wants a judge to ban spectators from wearing the color pink during the trial. Slain Mercer graduate Lauren Giddings was known for ...
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Panic Street Lawyer: Continuing legal education
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Once these students accumulate credits from three years of courses to graduate from law school, and then take a bar review course to help them pass a state's bar exam, they will be eligible to receive an attorney's license from that state. But their ...
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Letter: Have schools mirror marketplace
Greenville Daily Reflector
In 2001, President George W. Bush signed an education reform law called "No Child Left Behind." Under this law, public schools must show improvement or else teachers may lose their jobs and schools may lost their federal money. Because of this some ...
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Robert Clinton Shaw
Daily Herald
He grew up in Provo and graduated from Brigham Young High School. He served a mission in the Northern States Mission. He graduated from Brigham Young University, attended UCLA Law School graduated with a Master's Degree in Business. He was ...
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Former Dem Party chair joins law firm
Hometownlife.com
Brewer, 58, who received his juris doctorate degree from Stanford University Law School and his undergraduate degree from Harvard College, brings three decades of legal and political experience to his role with Goodman Acker. "I'm very pleased to be ...
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Legal wrangling, adversarial approach complicate efforts
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Zander, now an adjunct professor at Marquette University Law School, says the law is not the problem. It is the failure to find more effective ways to get people to accept care. "Wasting resources on involuntary hospitalization, as Milwaukee County has ...
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New Colorado sex education law adds clarity
Colorado Springs Gazette
When Cheyenne Mountain School District 12 officials in 2010 created a health and sex education curriculum for students under a new law and provisions of the state Board of Education, it took a year of difficult work. "We had some sex education ...
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Political Actions and Sports Policy: A Critique
Economic and Political Weekly
Shivam Singh ([email protected]) LLM (2013), Columbia Law School and BA LLB (Hons.), National Law School of India University (2010). Sports and politics do not have mutually exclusive spheres of operation, and sport has often been used as a ...
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Federal Judge Edward C Reed Dies, Was Namesake for High School
KOLO
He graduated from Harvard Law School in 1952. Judge Reed was considered a nationally known water rights litigator during his career as an attorney in Reno. He was a championship tennis player in Nevada and won the Reno City Singles Championship in ...
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162 students graduate from Lancaster Mennonite School
Lancaster Newspapers
"I went to law school first and then I went to seminary school." He belatedly discovered his true nature, he said. Taylor, a member of the Lancaster Mennonite School board, challenged his young audience members to also let their "spiritual DNA" shine ...
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Gender identity proves new territory for schools and harassment policies
York Daily Record
Pratt said that in his experience working with school districts, they typically add the protections that are allowed or required by law. "Most school districts ... do not extend those protections beyond the law," he said, unless something causes a ...
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Poor-performing schools targeted
Daily Comet (blog)
The Senate unanimously backed a bill Saturday that would set up a "parent trigger" law for poor-performing schools in the Recovery School District, moving the proposal one step from final passage. House Bill 115 by Rep. Ted James, D-Baton Rouge, would ...
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If a state law can't save the DIA, here's what might
Michigan Radio
"State laws, whatever they are, are supplanted by the federal bankruptcy code, if you go into bankruptcy," says John Pottow, bankruptcy law expert at the University of Michigan Law School. Translation: big federal law crushes tiny state law. Rock beats ...
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Van Pelt-Nix
Leader-Telegram
Heather has a degree in social work from Winona State University. She is a care manager at Southwest Family Care Alliance, Eau Claire. Garrett has a degree in economics from UW-Stevens Point and a Juris Doctorate from Marquette University Law School.
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New Prince George's school board chief selected
WTOP
BELTSVILLE, Md. - A new law means new leadership for the struggling Prince George's County school system. On Saturday, County Executive Rushern Baker appointed a new Board of Education chairman. Dr. Segun Eubanks was the director of teacher ...
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Jon Wells closes practice after 48 years
Macon county times
Wells is a graduate of Lipscomb University and University of Tennessee College of Law. He moved to Lafayette fresh out of law school in 1965, to join the law practice of C.R. Jent. After Jent's passing, he continued to practice out of the same office ...
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Carl R. Ramey: Texting law falls short
Gainesville Sun
In a low-key ceremony at a Miami high school, Gov. Scott put his signature on Florida's new texting law — culminating a longstanding effort in the Florida Legislature to bring our state in line with virtually every other state in the nation. Indeed ...
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Wedding: Alison Spindler & Jay Mansfield IV
The Daily Advertiser
Ali is a 2004 graduate of St Martin's Episcopal School-Metairie, and a 2008 graduate of LSU-BR. She received her Juris Doctor degree from Tulane University Law School in May 2011, and is an attorney with Irwin Fritchie Urquhart & Moore in New Orleans.
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Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Indiana University
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Lessons From Law Schools | Match Education
This blog sometimes likes to examine other graduate programs -- law, medicine, nursing among them -- for ideas on how we might improve our own small ...
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Vermont Law School Launches Two-Year JD Program
SOUTH ROYALTON, Vt.—Vermont Law School announced that its inaugural accelerated juris doctor (AJD) program has begun with thirteen students taking ...
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