Jun 28, 2013

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Vermont Law School makes more cuts as class size drops
Sarah Buxton, a state representative for the towns of Tunbridge and South Royalton, got some unpleasant, if not totally unexpected, news when she returned to her job at the Vermont Law School after a four-month stint at the Statehouse. Buxton's ...
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USDA Wheat Law for Schools: Some Parents and Officials are Not Impressed ...
Design & Trend
The days of students enjoying junk food snacks between classes may be coming to an end as the U.S. Department of Agriculture sets new standards for their "Smart Snacks in School" nutrition system. Some parents and officials, however, do not believe ...
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Dean of University of Alabama law school retiring
Ken Randall Kenneth Randall, who has served as dean of the Alabama law school for two decades, will retire at the end of the month. (University of Alabama School of Law). TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- Kenneth Randall, who has served as dean of UA's ...
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Pitt's Nordenberg leaving as chancellor next year
San Francisco Chronicle
Nordenberg announced his decision at a board of trustees meeting Friday, and a subsequent news release says a committee is being formed to choose his replacement. Nordenberg is 64 and began working in the university's law school in 1977. He became ...
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Some local school nutritionists say schools ahead of federal law
Lynchburg News and Advance
In this March 2013 file photo, Twin Springs Elementary cafeteria staff in Pittsylvania County prepare food. New federal rules seek to ensure healthier foods such as fruits and vegetables are served up in school cafeterias instead of candy and other sweets.
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Whiting to join faculty as a professor of practice
Harvard Law School News
Alex Whiting, who currently serves as the prosecution coordinator in the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court, will rejoin the Harvard Law School faculty this July as a professor of practice. Whiting previously taught at HLS as ...
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DC Public Schools Title IX complaint filed by National Women's Law Center
The National Women's Law Center says that D.C. Public Schools do not give high school girls the same opportunities to participate in athletics as boys, prompting them to file a Title IX complaint against the school district. Continue reading ...
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Elon Law leadership program receives national award
The Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area
"This is an especially high honor and a great recognition for our leadership program and for the law school," said George Johnson Jr., dean and professor at Elon Law. Johnson credited the efforts of program director Faith Rivers James, the multiple ...
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Vlad Jonathan Vidaeff of Pearland graduates from Wake Forest University ...
Your Houston News
The law school's 39th annual hooding speaker, Thomas L. Sager ('76), Dupont Legal vice president and general counsel, told the graduates and their families that it was because of Wake Forest Law that he has realized the success he has experienced.
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Area districts unlikely to barrel into arming teachers
The Ranger
In June, Gov. Rick Perry signed a bill into law that allows teachers and other school staff to be trained as marshals, but San Antonio school districts are unlikely to take up arms. "I do not believe that the answer to violence in the school is to arm ...
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'You have five seconds, then I'm going to kill you': Slain Queens woman ...
New York Daily News
A Queens woman allegedly strangled to death by her law school grad boyfriend gasped for air and begged for her life as the thug wrung her neck and told her, "You think I'm going to stop, I won't stop," a new recording allegedly shows. The final moments ...
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Prominent law grad takes plea in $13M securities fraud; civil case against him ...
ABA Journal
A prominent graduate of an Oregon law school who once headed the state's Republican party and was a candidate for governor has taken a plea in a criminal securities fraud case. Craig Berkman, 71, sobbed in federal court in Manhattan on Tuesday as he ...
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Japan passes law against bullying in schools
The Tokyo Times
Japan's government last week enacted a bill that forbids bullying at elementary, junior high and senior high schools, in the attempt of stopping the serious increase of bullying cases that have occurred in the country. The law was voted in favor by the ...
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IHRC's Giannini, Farbstein represent families of 2003 Bolivian massacre victims
Harvard Law School News
The family members are represented by a team of lawyers, including Tyler Giannini and Susan Farbstein of Harvard Law School's International Human Rights Clinic, and lawyers from the Center for Constitutional Rights, Stanford Law School's International ...
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"It's the legal economy, stupid"
Huffington Post UK
Pretty much the exact same situation exists in America where Professor of the Chicago University Law School said in the title of a blog post for Slate Magazine: 'The Real Problem With Law Schools: They train too many lawyers.' Des Hudson made his ...
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Schools Race to Cash-In on New Law's "Drop-Out" Incentives
There's a rush of sorts among Kentucky school districts to raise their drop out age from 16 to 18. Just days after the state's new "Drop-out Law" took effect, about a third of the state's 174 districts have acted. Still, Kentucky Department of ...
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Ohio House votes in favor of red-light camera ban; Proposed law allows ...
If signed into law, the legislation would still allow the use of red-light cameras in school zones during recess, and opening and closing hours, just as long as a police officer was present. Local lawmakers like Cleveland Councilman Jay Westbrook is ...
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Follow-up Action Needed to Set Standards for DOMA Decisions, Says John ...
Watch List News (press release)
Follow-up action is required from the Obama Administration or the courts to help clarify how the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) will be applied across the country, says Associate Dean and Professor Anthony Niedwiecki of Chicago's John Marshall Law ...
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School Settles Parental Complaints About Discipline
Connecticut Law Tribune
A group of parents who complained that a Hartford middle school wrongly disciplined their children has settled a federal complaint against the school. The students attend Achievement First Hartford Academy Middle School in Hartford. Parents claim the ...
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Lutz to retire after 33 years at Coles County Courthouse
Journal Gazette and Times-Courier
He said law school was one of the few options for someone with that degree. He hadn't "grown up with a burning desire to be an attorney," he said, but did well on the Law School Admissions Tests and found that the work fit. After starting as an intern ...
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Hillary Clinton to receive American Bar Association's highest honor
Washington Post
Before serving more than three decades in public life, Clinton, a graduate of Yale Law School, worked as a counsel on the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate investigation and also was an attorney in private practice in Arkansas. "For ...
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MSL Dean Providing Insight on Bulger Trial on NECN
Michael Coyne, associate dean of the Massachusetts School of Law and a professor at the school, has been providing some colorful commentary on New England Cable News as the station's expert on the Whitey Bulger trial. And it is unlikely to change ...
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Memorials planned for Santa Clara University law student killed in Fremont wreck
San Jose Mercury News
Santa Clara University President Michael E. Engh posted a message on the law school's Facebook page, saying, "We join with Luci's family and friends in prayer and offer consolation amidst the pain of great loss. Manriquez worked for the Northern ...
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NYU Law Student Is Making Ruth Bader Ginsburg a Meme
New York Magazine
"On Monday and Tuesday, my Facebook feed was abuzz with reactions to the disappointing decisions that had come out as well as RBG's amazing dissenting opinions, and a friend of mine from law school posted the hashtag #notoriousRBG on one of his ...
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Is it macho for lawyers to put in long hours?; 'Too soon to tell' about W&L ...
ABA Journal
After last week's post at Law School Cafe which lamented the job stats for the first Washington & Lee University Law School class to pass through the reformed third year curriculum, Washington & Lee professor James E. Moliterno has responded in a ...
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Evan Guthrie Law Firm Presents at Higher Learning Academy at Fort Dorchester ...
Exec Digital
Charleston, SC, June 12, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Evan Guthrie of the Evan Guthrie Law Firm in Charleston, South Carolina spoke at the Dorchester County District Two Higher Learning Academy at Fort Dorchester High School in North Charleston, SC on Saturday ...
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President Obama nominates Kenneth Polite for U.S. Attorney for Eastern ...
WDSU New Orleans
I-Team: 14 being vetted in U.S. Attorney search. Two district attorneys, a trio of judges and a Tulane Law School professor are among those under consideration to become the next U.S. Attorney for New Orleans, the WDSU I-Team reported on Friday. More ...
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Multiple law agencies train at Towne
The Journal-Register
Medina Journal-Register — A number of official vehicles were in the vicinity of Towne School on Bates Road in Medina on Thursday, raising the alert level of residents in the area. However, various law enforcement agencies were using the school as a ...
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Latest Texas news, sports, business and entertainment
Perry mentioned the former teenage mom and Harvard Law School graduate during a speech Thursday to the National Right to Life Convention in Grapevine, Texas. He said the state senator "hasn't learned from her own example." Davis shot back that the ...
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Rooney Joins Touro to Advise 'Incubators'
New York Law Journal (registration)
Fred Rooney will soon join Touro Law Center to lead the creation of a resource center for the spreading national trend of law schools creating legal residencies and "incubator" programs for solo practitioners. He will also oversee the launch of an ...
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Dominican Law Students Shadow Judges to Gain Insider's View of State Access ...
New York Law Journal (registration)
Calcaño and Quezada are students at the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo law school. For the past three weeks, they and nine fellow students have interned with judges of Dominican descent in courts in Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx and ...
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Expanded School Voucher Law to Take Effect
Inside INdiana Business (press release)
INDIANAPOLIS, June 28, 2013 –Hoosier families will enjoy more educational options than ever before when the Indiana School Voucher Improvement Bill (HEA 1003) takes full effect on July 1. Signed into law by Gov. Pence on May 9, HEA 1003 broadens ...
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Laurence C. Kress, Attorney at Law, Law Office of Laurence C. Kress ...
I was drawn to defense work when I participated in a student legal clinic for criminal defense while in law school. Getting to experience the excitement of appearing in court and the awesome responsibility of protecting people's rights led me down this ...
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Perry, filibuster star clash over Texas abortions
Davis, a former teenage mom who graduated from Harvard Law School, responded that Perry's comments were "without dignity and tarnishes the high office he holds." Before the white-hot battle over abortion in the second-largest state turned personal, the ...
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TinCaps Bats Come Alive In Lansing
Lansing, MI – Behind the strength of a seven-run, eleven-batter fifth inning, the Fort Wayne TinCaps defeated the Lansing Lugnuts, 8-1, Thursday night at Cooley Law School Stadium. Luis Domoromo, who had just one hit on the season coming into the night ...
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Chicago Tribune
"Even the woman who filibustered was born into difficult circumstances. She was the daughter of a single woman, she was a teenage mother herself. She managed to eventually graduate Harvard Law School and serve in the Texas Senate. It's just unfortunate ...
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Cut Law School Application Costs: Freebies and Waivers ... - FindLaw
By William Peacock, Esq.
Looking to cut back on the money you spend before you even get into law school? The easiest way to trim the bill is a Law School Admission Council (LSAC) fee waiver, but they are notoriously difficult to get. As a point of reference, as a pizza ...
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Law School Academic Support Blog: Making Mistakes
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Law School Academic Support Blog · A Member of the Law Professor Blogs Network. Blog Editors. Rebecca Flanagan Director, Pre-Law Planning and Programming Coordinator, Academic Success Programming Univ. of Connecticut School ...
Law School Academic Support Blog
Brian Leiter's Law School Reports: Penetrating legal analysis of the ...
By Brian Leiter
from University of Tennessee law professor Glenn Reynolds: Obama and the Democrats would actually prefer an acquittal [of Zimmerman, who shot Martin] here. That's because...
Brian Leiter's Law School Reports
Cathy Reynolds named to Appalachian School of Law Dean's List ...
By Hannah Gatens
Dean Lucy S. McGough of the Appalachian School of Law is pleased to announce the Law School Dean's List for the Spring 2013 semester. To qualify for the Dean's List, studnets must be full time students and rank in the top 25% of their class ...
Schools Race to Cash-In on New Law's "Drop-Out" Incentives | WEKU
By Stu Johnson and WEKU News
There's a rush of sorts among Kentucky school districts to raise their drop out age from 16 to 18. Just days after the state's new "Drop-out Law" took.
Marisa Jolivette, 16, San Lorenzo High School - Oakland Local
By marisajolivette
At San Lorenzo High School, the Sheriff's Explorers Program educates students interested in law enforcement by practicing the skills of law enforcement at trainings and field trips. On weekends, participants go to places such as Santa Rita Jail ...
Oakland Local
Talking Past You Out of Going to Lawschool - Bitter Lawyer
By Bitter Editor
Tweet Email Dear 16 year old me… College is just a gateway drug. You think it's innocent fun at first, then the next thing you know you're in law school. Blood shot eyes, pale skin, your family has cut you.
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USF Welcomes New Law School Dean - University of San Francisco
John Trasviña, dean of the School of Law ... Trasviña succeeds Jeffrey S. Brand, who is returning to the law school faculty after serving as dean for 14 years.
Assembly approves reports on law school debt, court funding ...
The Assembly unanimously approved the 53-page report and recommendations of the Special Committee on the Impact of Law School Debt on the Delivery of ...

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