Jun 24, 2013

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HBO movie focuses on Georgia law school graduate
San Francisco Chronicle
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — A former Athens rapper and University of Georgia law student is a star in a new documentary set to air on HBO. But the documentary focuses less on his music and more on his fierce dedication to the impoverished defendants he ...
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Kudos: UA Law School's Website Logs National Ranking
Arkansas Business Online
The University of Arkansas School of Law's website home page has been ranked third in the nation by the Georgetown University Law Center. The Law Center measured objective criteria to find the best-designed, best-performing sites among the 202 law ...
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Proceedings | Highlights from the Law Blog
Wall Street Journal
Depending on the way you look at it, the job market for law-school graduates is either continuing to erode or show faint signs of improvement. The National Association for Law Placement's new employment report, released last week, took a snapshot of ...
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Tribe to receive Henry M. Phillips Prize in Jurisprudence
Harvard Law School News
Harvard Law School Professor Laurence Tribe '66 will be awarded the American Philosophical Society's Henry M. Phillips Prize in Jurisprudence, which recognizes outstanding lifetime contributions to the field of jurisprudence. Tribe will be honored at ...
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Berkeley Law employee files lawsuit against supervisor and administration
Daily Californian
UC Berkeley School of Law employee Wilda L. White filed a lawsuit last week against her supervisor, Mary Louise Frampton, for alleged falsification of her 2011 performance evaluation and for attempted fraud. White, executive director of the Thelton E.
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A Test Track for Tuning Up Supreme Court Arguments
New York Times (blog)
The moot court program, sponsored by the law school's Supreme Court Institute, is popular with members of the Supreme Court bar, who scramble to make arrangements as soon as they learn the court has agreed to hear one of their cases. They have to act ...
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School Districts Balk At Paying for College
The Ledger
Without providing additional money to school boards, the Legislature this year enacted a law requiring public schools to pay the bill for high school students who take college classes for free. Previously, colleges absorbed most of those costs. The ...
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John F. Kennedy High School graduates ready for 'maze of life'
... from John F. Kennedy High School in Bellmore. Reyes, who plans to pursue a career as a civil rights and immigration lawyer, is headed to Hofstra University in the fall to earn her undergraduate degree. From there, she hopes to attend Harvard Law ...
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Q&A with Rep. Armando Walle
The Daily Cougar
The Daily Cougar: You are currently attending the UH Law school — what made you decide to go back to school? Armando Walle: I go to UH part time and decided to go back because I think it would help me professionally. Law school is way different from ...
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On the Docket Pittsburgh: 6/23/13
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Mr. Johnston concentrates his practice in the areas of transportation law, workers' compensation and commercial law and litigation, with specific emphasis in railroad litigation and occupational disease, and earned his J.D. at Duquesne University ...
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Justices Send Texas Affirmative Action Case Back for Next Round
Courthouse News Service
If a student is ineligible to a Texas state school under the Top 10 Percent Law and does not qualify by academic variables alone, schools can consider the submitted essays and a personal achievement score based on seven "special circumstances ...
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Belleville News Democrat
Dennis J. Orsey, of Dennis J. Orsey Law Offices in Granite City, received the 2013 Board of Governors Award from the Illinois State Bar Association. Orsey was recognized for his work as co-chair of the ISBA's Special Committee on the Impact of Law ...
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States Reined In by 1965 Voting Act Await a Decision
New York Times
Last week, the Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law, which supports keeping Section 5, reported on the kinds of changes that might be put into practice if the section were to be struck down. The report lists electoral ...
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The Supreme Court's past affirmative action cases
Bollinger, 2003: Upheld the University of Michigan law school's "narrowly tailored" use of racial preferences as a means of achieving diversity. The 5-4 decision was written by Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, since replaced by the more conservative ...
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Around the Region
Republican & Herald
n Pottsville: Attorney Leonard G. Schumack, Shenandoah, president of the Schuylkill County Bar Association Scholarship Fund, announced that the fund will receive applications for aid for Schuylkill County students attending law school. To be eligible ...
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Tighe & Bond promotes pair to vice president
A graduate of Yale College and Harvard Law School, Zelin is a nationally recognized speaker and writer on the subjects of special education law and the limits of the federal of government's authority to regulate public schools. He serves on the ...
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LDC intake up 10 timesPublish Date: Jun 24, 2013
New Vision
The centre is responsible for producing the country's practising lawyers after law school. For lawyers in Uganda to be allowed to practise in the courts, they need to have acquired a diploma in legal practice at LDC after their law degree course at ...
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Changes in state law leave classes in doubt
Gilmer Mirror
House Bill 5—which has been described as a comprehensive education reform bill and was signed into law only last week by Gov. Rick Perry—"has put us in a real bind with staffing," as school officials are uncertain what type of teacher (such as ...
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Transgender 6-year-old wins civil rights case to use girls' bathroom at ...
Fox News
Her parents withdrew Coy from the school. In February, they filed a complaint with the Colorado Civil Rights Division. The division's report said the Fountain-Fort Carson School District violated a state law that extends protections to transgender ...
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Law firm advises on hi-tech learning platform
New hi-tech learning is making its way into the region's schools with help from law firm Ward Hadaway. Intellectual property experts at the UK Top 100 law firm have been advising Newcastle-based Reflective Thinking on its new collaborative learning ...
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How objective is objective enough?
Canadian Lawyer Magazine
We have been discussing the notion of objectivity — what it means, its importance in law, its role in decision-making, and (especially) how we can perfect it in our own argumentation and writing — all throughout law school. This topic is never-ending.
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Supreme Court punts in affirmative action case
American Thinker (blog)
This is a partial victory for opponents of affirmative action because the lower court upheld the formula used by the university to admit minority candidates to its law school. Wall Street Journal: The court's ruling on Fisher v. University of Texas was ...
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More States Let Unauthorized Immigrants Take The Wheel
North Country Public Radio
They are also less likely to stay at accident scenes, according to Yale Law School's Jerome N. Frank Legal Services Organization. The costs of accidents involving the uninsured are passed on to other motorists in the form of higher insurance premiums.
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EDITORIAL: Editor Jen Bonniwell is leaving the Winchester Star
Wicked Local
The June 27 issue will be my final issue of the Star as I will soon begin as editor of the alumni magazine at Suffolk Law School. I leave with mixed emotions, because as I leave the Star I am also leaving Winchester. My last day at the newspaper also ...
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2003 disaster still reverberates
Chicago Tribune
Partygoers, many of them law school students and 20-something professionals, drank keg beer and chatted outside on back porches at the 713 W. Wrightwood Ave. three-flat. Then, just past midnight, the third-floor porch gave way, caving onto the ...
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New Associate Joins the Law Firm of Rogers Joseph O'Donnell
Wall Street Journal (press release)
Ms. Zamaray is a 2010 graduate of The George Washington University Law School. She was a legal intern with the Commercial Litigation Branch of the U.S. Department of Justice, and a judicial intern for the Honorable Judge Patricia Sheridan of the ...
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Younger lawyers need a plan to get ahead
Lawyers Weekly Canada
Getting through school and finding that plum job with a law firm can be a daunting task for aspiring young lawyers under the best of circumstances. But with baby boomers sticking around longer and Gen Xers trapped in their positions, future openings ...
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Iowa View: Common Core is next step to do what's right for Iowa
The school reforms signed into law earlier this month by Gov. Terry Branstad have already received praise from many on all sides of the education debate. And while the new law is far from perfect, it serves as proof the governor, the Iowa Board of ...
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Student transfers on hold in Kansas City schools
San Francisco Chronicle
The state Supreme Court reversed the ruling in a St. Louis case, saying the law does not add more students to the system or change the basic obligations of the public schools. Martin said he believes the St. Louis and Kansas City cases are specific to ...
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Mississippi Open Gun Carry Law Causing Confusion
Huffington Post
Baxley, who once sponsored Florida's controversial Stand Your Ground law, <a href="http://politics.heraldtribune.com/2012/12/17/florida-legislator-allow-guns-in-schools/">told the Sarasota Herald-Tribune </a>that keeping guns out of schools makes them ...
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Trial resumes in case against yoga school
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Trial is set to resume Monday in the case of a couple who sued the Encinitas Union School District to stop yoga instruction, which they contend has religious overtones. The lawsuit was filed by the National Center for Law and Policy ...
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EAMA appoint new secretary general
A Belgian national, Mr Jonnaert (55) is a graduate of Harvard Law School, who started his career with the Linklaters law firm. He subsequently joined Procter & Gamble, where he gained over 25 years of global experience in public affairs, regulatory ...
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Traffic Q&A: When in doubt, slow down in school zones
State law and the Washington Drivers Guide make it clear speed limits in school zones are 20 mph "unless otherwise posted." However, law enforcement officers say this is one of those situations in which common sense deserves a say. "Officers are able ...
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What The New Charter School Bill Could Mean For Texas
Thanks to a new law, the number of charter school operators in Texas is going to grow from 215 to more than 300. That expansion could include more charter schools from outside Texas. Loading the player ... Dozens of elementary students line up in rows ...
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School safety plan meeting is Aug. 14
The Newark Advocate
School and law enforcement officials encourage community members to attend because everyone should be "in the loop" about how we all need to pull together to keep our kids safe while at school, and what will happen if a school has to be evacuated, the ...
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Campus notes
Tallahassee Democrat (blog)
Its purpose is to allow the law school to recruit or retain an exceptionally productive legal scholar. Utset is a leading scholar on applying behavioral law and economics to issues in corporate law and has recently written a number of articles on the ...
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New SUNY Canton Dean of School of Business and Liberal Arts appointed
North Country Now
DeLong began working for the college in 2008 and has taught undergraduate courses in American law, business law, personal finance and legal research and writing. "J.D. has been instrumental in building our legal studies bachelor of technology program ...
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Indefinite Suspension For Lying About In-State Residency To Get ...
By SBM Blog
Maryland has imposed at least a 30 day suspension on a lawyer who claimed to be a resident of West Virginia while attending West Virginia College of Law in 1994 but actually lived 18 miles away from the border in Maryland. The deception ...
SBM Blog
New Charter School Law to take effect in Texas | News 92 FM
By Staff Writer
There is a new charter school law voted on in may that could grow the current amount of charter schools from 125 to over 300. This new law could also pave the way for more out of state schools to come into the Texas market.
News 92 FM
Supreme Court Returns Affirmative Action Case to Lower Court ...
By Mark Walsh
That 5-4 decision involved the University of Michigan law school, and the majority opinion by then-Justice Sandra Day O'Connor expressed a desire for all use of affirmative action in education to end within 25 years. The University of Texas ...
The School Law Blog - Education Week
Live blog of orders and opinions (Sponsored by Bloomberg Law ...
By Kali Borkoski
Bartlett, holding that state law claims on the adequacy of drug warnings are preempted by federal law, is here. The order list granting ten .... Maurer School of Law 4. Team Katie Jo University of Notre Dame Law School Click here to learn more.
Dorf on Law: Deference and Diversity
By Michael C. Dorf
It did not--as some who filed as amici worried it might--require that percentage plans be adopted throughout higher education, even in contexts, such as law school admissions, where they have no realistic prospect of working but would cause ...
Dorf on Law

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Law school dean to lead Minn. landslide inquiry | kare11.com
ST. PAUL, Minn. - St. Paul has hired a law school dean to lead an investigation into last month's landslide that killed two students on a field trip to a park.
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 ...
Human Resources Administrator, Stanford Law School - Craigslist
The Human Resources Administrator (HRA) is a key position in the HR department at the Law School. The HRA provides administrative support to the daily ...

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