Jun 23, 2013

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Ask 4 Questions to Determine If Law School Is the Right Move
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
Law school can be a tremendously rewarding intellectual experience that can create abundant professional opportunities, but it is certainly not the right path for everyone. [Check out the best law schools in pictures.] 1. Is money your main motivator?
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Nano profile: Brendon Chudy
The Saratogian
Personal background: Chudy received a bachelor's degree in industrial economics from Union College after which he attended Albany Law School. He is on the board of directors of Wesley Healthcare and Eastside Little League Baseball and is president of a ...
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• New state law expands eligibility requirements for school vouchers
MOORESVILLE — Some Hoosier parents will no longer have to send their students to a public school for one year to receive a voucher for private school tuition under a law that takes effect with the new school year. Passed by the Indiana General ...
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On The Move
Albany Times Union
Albany Law School. Ray Brescia, assistant professor, was appointed director of the school's Government Law Center effective Aug. 13. Before joining the Albany Law faculty in the fall of 2007, he was associate director of the Urban Justice Center in New ...
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So Now You're a Harvard Lawyer - Now What?
You got good grades—great grades—and scores, or, frankly, you wouldn't have gotten into Harvard Law School in the first place. And the vast majority of you continued to do well once you got here. That's great. I'm a big fan of good grades. But I am ...
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Former resident vice provost
Muskogee Daily Phoenix
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Dr. Zulma Toro-Ramos has announced the appointment of former Muskogee resident Paula Casey, interim dean at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law, to the position of interim vice provost for research and ...
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New law expands school rules for bullying
The Statehouse File
INDIANAPOLIS – Teachers will be required to report signs of bullying to school administrators who must report them to parents under a law that will take effect July 1. 30 laws in 30 days_ The law, which the General Assembly passed this spring, builds ...
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Q&A: Matt Tolnick trades the bar for beef jerkey
Cherry Hill Courier Post
An Eastern Regional High School grad in 2001, he was class president and valedictorian. He attended Duke University as an undergrad, then went to UCLA Law School. He worked for a firm based in Malibu that handled NBA coaches and general managers.
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For Dell Investors, a Safety Valve
New York Times (blog)
In the Dell transaction, said Lawrence A. Hamermesh, a professor of corporate and business law at Widener Law School in Wilmington, Del., appraisal litigation could be "a safety valve on doubts about whether a valuation process worked appropriately.".
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Paul Green rocks on in Woodstock (video)
Kingston Daily Freeman
At the time, the 25-year-old Green was majoring in philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania with an eye toward attending law school. "It was sort of my way of paying for college," Green said. "I thought my life and career were heading in one ...
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Business Briefcase for June 23
Mid Columbia Tri City Herald
Tamaki Law in Kennewick recently hired attorney Jeff Kreutz. Kreutz is a graduate of Seattle University's law school. He is fluent in Spanish. - Ellen Kathren was recently named the executive director of Elijah Family Homes of Richland. She will work ...
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The Syllabus: What you need to know for the June 23 'MHP'
After a difficult childhood Shelton graduating Phi Beta Kappa and on his way to Harvard Law School. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster). What does it mean to be a black man in America in the year 2013? Does the election of a black president mean all racial ...
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Karl Douglass : Sad commentary
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
She entered the pageant to earn scholarship money so that she could attend Harvard Law School. After she earned her law degree at Harvard, Erika joined Sidley Austin in Illinois as a litigator and built an impressive professional resume. Last week, she ...
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Charles D. McLaughlin, 1945-2013
Monmouth Daily Review Atlas
Charlie was born Oct. 16, 1945, in Monmouth, the son of Carl N. and Mary O. Hood McLaughlin. He was raised in Monmouth, and attended Law School and Warren School. Charlie married Christine Ann Crooks on Feb. 18,1967, in Monmouth. Charlie worked ...
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New state budget continues to support some bad voucher schools
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The new state budget includes a provision that voucher schools maintain accreditation, which means an outside group giving them a stamp of approval. State law since 2006 has required voucher schools to get accredited. Just months ago, it was realized ...
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NH Supreme Court fight likely for education law
Whether religious schools can be severed from a controversial New Hampshire private school scholarship law is a question both sides in a looming Supreme Court battle want answered. Strafford County Superior Court Justice John Lewis issued an order on ...
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Supreme Court Strikes Down Arizona Voting Law
The lead plaintiff in challenging the Arizona law was a school janitor named Jesus Gonzalez, who registered to vote, or tried to, on the day he became a U.S. citizen. His application was twice rejected by state officials, though the documents he ...
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Estate suit raises intriguing questions
The News Journal
The ongoing litigation over the multimillion-dollar estate of boxing promoter Ronald "Butch" Lewis is so odd, novel and complex that a Widener Law School professor said it should – and likely will – end up in a law school textbook. After reading a ...
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Justice Ventour approved for Integrity Commission
Trinidad News
Ventour, a former graduate of the Hugh Wooding Law School, recently served as an adviser to the Public Consultations on Constitutional Reform. Sources also revealed Carmona was considering an option of replacing controversial chairman Ken Gordon ...
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Concerns For Safety of Children as Public Granted Access to School Field
An online and paper petition has been launched by HCSHC and already it has more than 500 signatures calling for a change in the law to stop public footpaths being permitted across school fields. Rossendale and Darwen MP Jake Berry said: "I have been ...
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It's True!
Daily Star Online
Meryl Streep, widely regarded one of the best actresses of the modern era, originally applied to Law School but slept in on the morning of her interview and took it as a sign she was destined for other things. She went on to study at the Yale School of ...
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People gaining insurance under health law will deepen shortage of primary care ...
Daily Journal
Additional doctors will be needed to deal with the health care law, care for a growing population and replace retiring doctors. Wynne says North Dakota is expanding medical school classes and residency programs and seeking to keep more graduates in ...
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Howell school board conflict ongoing
Livingston Daily
Under a new state law, the Witts are barred from voting on a contract because Kim Witt's sister is a teacher within the district. Moloney, however, has questioned whether the Witts should have any input on the district's contract discussions. Though ...
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New concussion law: What coaches, parents and volunteers need to know
Mlive Kalamazoo
Duckworth, who has spent a decade officiating high school football and coaching youth athletes, sat down with MLive for a Live Chat to discuss the new law and the legal ramifications for coaches and assistant coaches, many of whom are volunteers. He ...
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75th Anniversary: Carolyn and Sidney Cadwallader
Valley News
Sid attended the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Carol attended the Berkeley School. They were married at Prospect Presbyterian Church in Maplewood, N.J. in 1938. While Sidney did his alternative service as a conscientious objector during ...
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Supreme Court: Provision In AIDS Law Violates Free Speech
Generally, under the Constitution's Spending Clause, the rule is: He who pays the piper calls the tune. "The question is: What more besides the tune does the payer get to control?" noted Eugene Volokh of the University of California, Los Angeles, law ...
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Prayer at Upstate elementary school graduation upsets some - FOX Carolina 21
WHNS Greenville
For example, a school should not endorse the use of prayer by students at any school-sponsored event. The district will continue to monitor school-sponsored programs to ensure compliance with the law and will take appropriate action if needed." AHA ...
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Court decision on parcel tax has San Leandro rethinking school budget
Contra Costa Times
The school board will discuss their monetary and legal options at a special meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday following news the California Supreme Court declined to review a lower court's ruling that a similar parcel tax benefiting Alameda schools was illegal ...
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The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court
Washington Post
A U.S. District Court judge for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, McLaughlin was nominated by President Bill Clinton in 2000 after a career as a prosecutor, law school professor, private-practice lawyer and counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
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Kids get a 'brake': Lawmakers OK speed cameras near schools
New York Post
"Finally we're doing everything we can to protect kids .... from law breaking drivers." The cameras will be positioned in 20 undisclosed school zones around the city. Drivers who get caught speeding by the cameras will not be penalized with points on ...
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Supreme Court Weighs Cases Redefining Legal Equality
New York Times
It may strike down central provisions of the federal marriage law and of the Voting Rights Act. Should that happen, said Pamela Harris, an adviser to the Supreme Court Institute at Georgetown's law school, "the left will be saying out of one side of ...
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Oxford Valedictorian is Yale Bound
He plans to attend law school and possibly go into sports law. Corey Evans, an English teacher at OHS and Badas' favorite, says she has little doubt he will succeed no matter where he goes or what he does. "He's insightful, intelligent, diplomatic ...
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The savings and potential legal questions of full-time substitutes
Wayne Blanton, president of the Florida School Boards Association, said that using full-time substitutes is legal "as long as you pay at least minimum wage" and do not violate the overtime law. School Board Chairman Ron Crawford said that if the ...
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LETTER: Why fixing the law to stop lights in your windows matters
Cambridge Chronicle
... law and protect us from floodlights shining in our windows. These lights are far more than a stressful annoyance. Serious Public Health implications, including obesity and diabetes, of intrusive light are described by Dr. Jo Solet of Harvard ...
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Congratulations To Kate Adams, General Counsel Of The Year
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
After being exposed to lawyers and working in the justice system, her interest in the intersection of law and society led her to law school, clerkships at the U.S Supreme Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, the U.S ...
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'Super attorney' Bill Scarth set to retire after 50 years
Claremore Daily Progress
Upon graduation, Scarth went to work as an accountant at Marathon Oil Company and a year later enrolled in law school at the University of Tulsa. He began practicing in 1963 at Bassmann, Gordon, Mayberry and Lavender Law Firm in Claremore.
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Book review: 'Financial Justice' details passage of Consumer Protection Act
Deseret News
Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., then a professor of consumer and bankruptcy law at Harvard Law School, wrote a paper called "A Fair Deal for Families: The Need for a Financial Products Safety Commission," which ran in a small academic publication called ...
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CMS: Elementary school bus slides into ditch, two students injured
The incident was reported at 3:10 p.m. on the 5900 block of Shelley Avenue, an exit from a school parking lot into the road. The bus driver ... CMS tells WBTV school officials will conduct a standard investigation, including a drug and alcohol test for ...
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NYU denies dissident Chen forced out over China tie-up
Pakistan Daily Times
NYU has adamantly denied the charge and a professor instrumental in bringing him to the law school, Jerome Cohen, has also denied political pressure. The New York Post earlier this month alleged that the school was letting Chen go due to sensitivities ...
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Republican & Herald
Phillip Pavlick, son of Stephen and Catherine Pavlick, graduated with a juris doctor degree from Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, N.J., He graduated magna cum laude, ranking in the top 5 percent of his class, and was inducted into the Order ...
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Blogs1 new result for Law School
SEC Unanimously Votes to Propose Money Market Funds Reforms ...
By Noam Noked, co-editor, HLS Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation,
SEC Unanimously Votes to Propose Money Market Funds Reforms - The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation - A law and economics blog from the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate ...
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Web4 new results for Law School
Massey Knakal | Brooklyn Law School housing - The Real Deal
Brooklyn Law School is putting six buildings on the market, expected to net more than $41 million.
Names of Guantanamo Detainees Released After FOIA Request ...
The MFIA clinic, part of the Information and Society Project at Yale Law School, became involved with the case in November 2012 after Carol Rosenberg of the ...
NALP - The Association for Legal Career Professionals | Law School ...
When coupled with fewer law-school funded positions, this resulted in the overall employment rate for the Class of 2012 falling almost a full percentage point ...
70-Year-Old Graduates Law School, Preparing for Bar Exam ...
PANAMA CITY | Sandra Wilson graduated from law school in May at age 70. Now she's studying for the bar exam and preparing to look for a job.

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