Jun 25, 2013

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Is Law School Right for Me? A 4 Question Guide
Law may not be a 9 to 5 job. It may be rare to see a 40 hour workweek in this field, and that should be known from the moment one considers law as a career choice. Results and information also need to be considered at the moment, and the pace is quite ...
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Students sue law school for deregistration
Business Daily
Eight students have sued Kenya School of Law for deregistering them from the institution's Advanced Training Programme. The students Linda Riziki, Elizabeth Jepkosgei, Olga Kanaiza, Emmanuel Busu, Abubakar Kaimu, Benjamin Kiprotich, Sam Musembi ...
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Instead of law school, Worcester's Brian Abraham lives dream in Red Sox bullpen
Born and raised in Worcester, Abraham considered going to law school when he finished up at Holy Cross in 2007. His father, Stephen Abraham, is a lawyer, and the Worcester county register of probate. Abraham considered other colleges, but his father ...
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Southern University Law School alums to receive pretigious honor
The Louisiana Record
durham james BATON ROUGE – Two alums from Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge are to be honored on the Nation's Best Advocates list at the National Bar Association (NBA) annual conference in July. Lacy L. Durham, tax manager at Deloitte ...
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Applications being accepted for minority ...
The program will feature lawyers from Kean Miller along with faculty from area law schools who will provide information and guidance on law school admission standards and insight into opportunities in the legal field. The program is in its sixth year.
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Padgett graduates from law school
Greene County Daily World
Michael Padgett, of Martinsville, Ind., graduated cum laude from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School on May 19, 2013. He was on the dean's list and the honor roll. Padgett is also a graduate of the University of Phoenix and of Bloomfield High School. He is ...
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UC Trustees To Cut Out-of-State Tuition For Law School
WKRC TV Cincinnati
Tuition will be more than 30-percent lower, almost 29-thousand dollars less per year. Applications to law schools in Ohio have declined 27-percent since 2008. There are only nine law students at UC currently paying out-of-state tuition. Print Story ...
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Law Firms Hiring!
Law school graduates can expect better returns, better job opportunities, and overall more hiring by larger firms. Hiring freezes that have been the norm as the economy waded in the doldrums are no more. According to the National Law Journal, there has ...
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Ex-Director Accuses Berkeley Social Justice Center of Bias
The National Law Journal
Wilda White, who is black, had served as the executive director of the law school's Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice from 2008 until April, when she was told that her $123,000 contract would not be renewed because of her poor working ...
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Abdus-Salaam Makes History on NY High Court
The National Law Journal
The first black attorney general said it was obvious back at Columbia Law School in the late 1970s that Abdus-Salaam, then Sheila Turner, was something special, melding a deep intellect with a fun and witty personality. "Sheila could boogie, but there ...
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Child's support: A legal obligation (2)
The Guardian Nigeria
Parents who have the financial ability have been required to pay for a child's graduate school tuition. In the case of Ross v. Ross,10 the mother, the custodial parent, requested continued support from the father until the child completed law school ...
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John Marshall Law School's New Webcast Series Examines Video Gaming as ...
Watch List News (press release)
Intellectual Property Law Professor William K. Ford of The John Marshall Law School in Chicago begins a webcast series on video and board game issues. (PRWEB) June 24, 2013. Intellectual Property Law Professor William K. Ford of The John Marshall ...
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An IDIA that democratised law
Indian Express
Basheer, who is currently the Ministry of HRD Professor for IP Law at the National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS) in Kolkata, conceptualised IDIA in 2010. He handed the movement to students of the elite national law schools (NLUs), and in its ...
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Oppal takes on second term as TRU chancellor
Kamloops Daily News
Chancellor Wally Oppal speaks as TRU Law School dean Chris Axworthy looks on during the. Keith Anderson. Chancellor Wally Oppal speaks as TRU Law School dean Chris Axworthy looks on during the school's grand opening in September 2011. June 24 ...
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Osaka school superintendent the youngest, and a stickler for the rules
The Japan Times
He also said he plans to enhance English education in grade schools with a focus on communications skills. This is based on his own time at a U.S. law school, where he said he often felt frustrated during discussion sessions due to his lack of English ...
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U-M law professor says U.S. Supreme Court's ruling reaffirms status quo on ...
University of Texas, University of Michigan Law School professor Richard Primus said little will change in policies with regard to race-based admission practices. The Supreme Court in a 7-1 decision passed the case back down to the Fifth Circuit court ...
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Law student accepts unique clerkship
But University of Oregon law school student Matthew Mertens bucked that trend recently when he accepted a unique term clerkship with Chief Judge Elizabeth Perris of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the district. "Just learning from [Judge Perris] is going ...
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New state law gives some military families more school choices
This week, the Mississippi Department of Education will be sending notices to all school superintendents explaining a new state law that will affect many military families. The law gives families that live on base more flexibility in deciding which ...
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San Diego Attorneys Lead Series Of Legal Workshops In English, Spanish
The Neighborhood Law School Session focusing on legal basics for business owners and employees starts at 6:30 tonight at the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation. For more information or to attend the workshop, call Alara Chilton at (619) 672-7201 ...
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University of Cincinnati tuition: Undergrad freeze, graduate rate changes ...
Law school admissions are down 28 percent in Ohio since 2008, according to the report. If trustees approve the recommended 30 percent discount, out-of-state law students will pay $28,536 in tuition and fees at UC Law starting this September. That is $5 ...
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Law requiring physical activity in schools a bust
Health policy solutions
The measure was so gutted during the legislative process that it has meant virtually no meaningful changes in the way elementary schools are operated. The standard imposed by the law, which allows recess to count as physical activity time, was already ...
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Reveley receives Virginia State Bar leadership in education award
William and Mary News
According to event emcee A. Benjamin Spencer, a professor of law at Washington & Lee University School of Law, Reveley's long-standing and dedicated efforts in the field of legal education made him a natural for the award. Spencer cited Reveley's work ...
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Kansas Cities, Counties, Schools Grappling with New Concealed-Carry Law
As Kansas' new concealed-carry law goes into effect on July 1, many cities, counties and educational institutions across the state are choosing to operate under exemptions from the law. The law requires most public buildings to allow anybody licensed ...
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Kennedy vs. Kennedy?
Wall Street Journal
Ten years ago yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court gave the University of Michigan Law School--and colleges and universities across the land--the green light to continue practicing racial discrimination, usually against Asian and white applicants, in ...
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What Does the Supreme Court Decision Mean for Affirmative Action's Future?
PBS NewsHour
GAIL HERIOT, University of San Diego Law School: Well, as Justice Scalia points out, the petitioner didn't actually challenge Grutter in this case. So, that's an issue for another day. But I agree that this is not an earth-shaking opinion. Ms. Fisher ...
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At University, and Unsafe
Deccan Chronicle
It was only last year that a student of the National Law School of India University (NLSUI) was gangraped in the nearby Bengaluru University (BU) campus. While little or nothing has been done since to safeguard students from rapists on either the BU or ...
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BC law society launches first mentoring program for aboriginal lawyers
Canadian Lawyer Magazine
One of the mandates of this program was just to help junior aboriginal lawyers transition from law school." Mentoring, while not a "panacea," according to Cook, is one of way of addressing the gap by helping lawyers make connections and get advice and ...
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I Want to Go Back to School to Study Law - Tuface Idibia
Some say he is the most successful contemporary music artiste in Nigeria today. Others say he is the best of his generation. But, there is no doubt that Innocent Ujah Idibia, renowned as Tuface Idibia (and fondly called 2baba by some), one of the best ...
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Former Richmond resident and former Portland State University President ...
Contra Costa Times
In 1990, he became dean of the Wisconsin law school. Bernstine came to Portland State in 1997, and his decade-long tenure was a time of tremendous growth in the university's student enrollment, new buildings and new programs. Bernstine is now based in ...
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Santa Clara University Law Professors Available on Prop. 8, DOMA, Supreme ...
Wall Street Journal
Angelo Ancheta, executive director of Santa Clara University's Katharine & George Alexander Community Law Center, associate clinical professor of constitutional, civil rights, voting rights and immigration law at Santa Clara University School of Law ...
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Zelin gets lifetime achievement award
Foster's Daily Democrat
Zelin resides in Portsmouth and is a shareholder in the law firm of Drummond Woodsum, with offices in Portsmouth, Manchester, and Portland, Maine. He specializes in representing New Hampshire school districts in matters involving student rights ...
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New Law Expands Preschool Opportunities for Hawaii Keiki
Big Island Now
Those applauding the new law included the Good Beginnings Alliance, a leading advocacy for children from pre-birth to 8 years old. "School Readiness is an important first step toward assuring that families with children in Hawai'i have access to ...
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Clarence Thomas Compares Affirmative Action To Slavery, Segregation In Opinion
Huffington Post
"I learned the hard way that a law degree from Yale meant one thing for white graduates and another for blacks, no matter how much anyone denied it,'' he wrote in his memoir, My Grandfather's Son. "I'd graduated from one of America's top law schools ...
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A Lawyer's Evolution, Mirroring the Law's
New York Times
The tall, redheaded Yale Law School graduate served as a law clerk for Justice Powell in 1980 and 1981. He did not tell his employer about his sexual orientation. "Very few of us thought we could come out and have a full career," he said. Several years ...
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#SCOTUS "We Dodged a Bullet" on Affirmative Action Decision, Says UM Carey ...
Newswise (press release)
"We dodged a bullet," said Phoebe A. Haddon, dean of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, after the Supreme Court ruled, 7 -1, in Fisher v. University of Texas - Austin that a lower court must reconsider its decision to uphold ...
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Commentary: Seeing words as weapons
Jacksonville Journal Courier
She graduates from University of Illinois Phi Beta Kappa, and distinguishes herself at Harvard Law School. But for some in downstate Illinois, that's not as important as her mixed racial. background. When Erika Harold decided to challenge Rodney Davis ...
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Supreme Court eyes Mass. law on abortion protest buffer zones
MetroWest Daily News
Massachusetts Citizens for Life plans its annual convention at Boston College Law School this Saturday, and the decision by the Supreme Court to tackle that case will feed into a presentation listed on the agenda as an update on the status of the ...
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Alan Fay Glover - Brookings June 24, 1940 – June 21, 2013
Brookings Register
After Alan finished law school, he served as a law clerk for a U.S. Federal Judge in Phoenix and then returned to South Dakota and joined Frank Denholm in a law practice which lasted 30 years. The firm was known as Denholm and Glover, Attorneys and ...
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HISD trustee Marshall seeking law firm change in bribery suit
Houston Chronicle (blog)
Marshall is seeking to drop the law firm of Bracewell & Giuliani and to hire the smaller, Houston-based firm of Rogers, Morris and Grover. Marshall did not respond to questions about the proposed change, referring questions to the school district's ...
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Mintz Levin Attorney Susan M. Finegan to Receive Women's Bar Association ...
Wall Street Journal
Ms. Finegan's individual recognitions include PAIR Project's Outstanding Achievement Award, Jane Doe Inc.'s Kelly Timilty Award, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly's Excellence in Pro Bono Award, Boston College Law School's Curtin Center for Public Interest ...
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Blogs2 new results for Law School
Brian Leiter's Law School Reports: In Memoriam: Kathleen Brickey
By Dan Filler
Kathleen Brickey, the James Carr Professor of Criminal Jurisprudence at Washington University School of Law, passed away last week. She was a scholar in the...
Brian Leiter's Law School Reports
EconomicPolicyJournal.com: What Would a Libertarian Law Clinic ...
By Robert Wenzel
Pretty much any law school worthy of its bias toward left-liberalism and socialism has a clinic dedicated to fighting poverty, to promoting welfare rights, opposing gender and racial discrimination, advocating socialized medicine, tenants' rights, ...

Web3 new results for Law School
UI lucky to lure Leach for law school position - Iowa City Press Citizen
'It's certainly a coup for the University of Iowa law school if we're going to be able to have someone of his stature to be affiliated with the law school.'
Drake Law School benefactor Dwight Opperman dies at age 89 ...
Opperman's history with the Drake Law School dates back sixty-five years, to the summer of 1948 when he applied for admission. The Dwight D. Opperman ...
Should Law School Be Two Years Long? | LawSchooli.com
Also, the idea has gained increasing traction in the media, with pundits calling to reduce the serving size of law school as a means of reining in the cost of a ...

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