Jun 30, 2013

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Law school graduates face tough job market, high student loan debt
But for law school graduates busy studying for the upcoming bar exam, the balloons aren't the only thing that's deflated: so are their chances of finding a job and paying down six-figure student loan debts, particularly for graduates of the state's two ...
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Charlotte law prof to discuss report on Citizens Review Board
Charlotte Observer
The law school has been identified as one of three stakeholder groups that will meet with a task force looking at ways to improve the board, which came under public and political fire this year. The task force, which includes members of the Citizens ...
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Cornell professor stumbles onto slave-turned-lawyer's writings
Richmond Times Dispatch
Taking a brief break from proofreading his new book on civil procedure, he searched the school's digital card catalog for trial by jury and discovered the law school thesis Fields wrote in 1890 — "a beautifully written rebuttal of what I had just ...
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Monterey College of Law Grants New 5 Year Contract to President and Dean ...
PR Web (press release)
The Monterey College of Law Board of Trustees granted a new five-year contract effective July 1, 2013 to President and Dean Mitchel L. Winick. Winick has served as dean of the law school since 2005 and was named President and Dean in 2010. With the ...
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Frederick J. Sheehan, 88, former state official
Boston Globe
A family friend suggested he might make a good federal agent, so after law school Mr. Sheehan spent a year with the FBI in Virginia and West Virginia, "mostly chasing moonshiners," his son said. "Dad was an extremely gentle person," he added. "He was ...
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Mark Nordenberg credited with bringing Pitt to life
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
The committee chose Mr. Nordenberg, a graduate of Thiel College and the University of Wisconsin law school who had come to Pitt as a law professor in 1977. He subsequently served as law school dean, interim provost and senior vice chancellor for ...
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House move acts as warning to California rail plan
Modesto Bee
Bio: Michael joined the McClatchy Washington Bureau in 1988 and writes stories from Washington for The Bee. He's a graduate of Oberlin College, and earned a master of studies in law from Yale Law School, where he was a Knight Journalism Fellow.
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New Mississippi laws cover abortion regulation, public school offerings, more
Mississippi Press (blog)
The chief sponsor of the gun law, Republican Rep. Andy Gipson of Braxton, said it simply restates a right guaranteed in Section 12 of the Mississippi Constitution. He said some people mistakenly believed they couldn't carry a visible gun without a permit.
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SSISD hires new high school principal
My SSnews.com
He then chose to continue his education at Baylor Law School, where he earned his juris doctorate. "Upon graduation, I practiced civil trial law, but soon chose to pursue my passion for a career in education. Since that time, my seven years in ...
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Katie Feola, Matthew Oshinsky
New York Times
She works in Brooklyn as an associate broker with Corcoran Group Real Estate. She graduated from Vassar and received a law degree from New York Law School. She is the daughter of Kathleen M. Feola and Joseph M. Feola of Dongan Hills, Staten Island.
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Close up with Martin Amidu
After law school, Amidu like many young intellectuals of the time who had the outlook of "progressives", drifted into the emerging leftist politics of the June Four Movement. I have reason to believe that he was one of the legal minds in the NDC who ...
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Guns in parking lots, school security measure, vaccination requirement among ...
The Republic
Other measures taking effect include a law that allows school districts to let people with police training be armed in schools, and one that would require incoming students at public higher education institutions to show proof they've had meningitis shots.
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USD law professor honored
Sioux City Journal
VERMILLION, S.D. | Patrick Garry, professor of law at the University of South Dakota School of Law, received a grand prize honorable mention award at the 2013 Global Book Contest for his mystery novel, "Saving Faith." Garry, a 2013 recipient of the ...
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Women of Influence: Changing careers, changing courtrooms – Borgen works to ...
MOORHEAD - Lisa Borgen was reading John Grisham's "The Firm" when she turned to her husband, Brad, and said, "I think I want to go to law school." At first, he thought it was kind of crazy. But Lisa's drive, independence and adventure in trying new ...
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Student faces jail time for wearing NRA T-shirt to school
A 14-year-old eighth grader in West Virginia is facing jail time for wearing a National Rifle Association t-shirt to school, and a local civil rights law firm, which has made a name for itself in cases of this sort, is looking hard at the possibility ...
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10 things to know about the Senate immigration bill
Delmarva Now
There would be requirements along the way that would exclude some immigrants, said Stephen Yale-Loehr, an adjunct law professor at Cornell University Law School. • Border security. Security on the U.S.-Mexico border would significantly increase.
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Young adult author Lauren Miller to visit Westlake, reflects on motherhood ...
Plain Dealer
Author Lauren Miller seemingly had a storybook life - she was an entertainment lawyer in Los Angeles, she met the right guy in law school and married him, and and was pregnant with her daughter when she started wondering how things could have been ...
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Parks settles into new job
Ames Tribune
She ended up at Drake University, where she studied criminal justice and sociology before attending law school there. She also earned a master's degree in public administration. After a few stints as an assistant county attorney for Marshall and Story ...
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Changes to Kansas concealed - carry law begin Monday
The provisions are part of an expansion of Kansas' concealed-carry law passed during last year's legislative session as the federal government was discussing gun-control measures in the wake of a mass shooting at a Newtown, Conn., elementary school in ...
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Alissa Neuman Joins the Law Office of Timothy J. Fiscella
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Neuman attended The John Marshall Law School, where she obtained Dean's List honors. As a law student, Neuman clerked for the Cook County Public Defender's Office. There, she gained invaluable criminal defense experience in the Felony Trial Division, ...
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• Decatur Township resident returns from China
She just finished her first year as a law student at IU-McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis. She left home and husband on a trip to China to earn five credit hours in comparative law and Chinese culture versus United States law — and how law ...
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Davis-Miller Engagement
The Eagle
Diana is a 2003 graduate of Bryan High School and a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Texas A&M University in 2007 with a B.A. in Communication. She received her law degree graduating with honors from the University of Texas Law School in 2011. Chris is a ...
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My Routine | Mark Rothstein, law professor
The Courier-Journal
Brandeis, a Supreme Court justice and the namesake of the U of L law school, was one of the architects of U.S. privacy law. How would Brandeis would feel about the secret collection of Americans' communications by the NSA? Brandeis was the main ...
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4 finalists named for 2 judge positions
Williston Daily Herald
She is a graduate of the University of South Dakota School of Law and was admitted to the North Dakota bar in 2007. • Paul Jacobson — Jacobson serves as disciplinary counsel in Bismarck. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School and ...
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HC asks UMC to remove transit camps on land meant for school
Business Standard
Observing that the law that governs the state also applies to Ulhasnagar municipal corporation, the Bombay High Court directed removal of transit camps on two plots of land, reserved for playground and school. A division bench of Justices D Y ...
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Med Schools OK for Now on Diversity Tactic
MedPage Today
Her case was at odds with previous affirmative action rulings like Grutter v. Bollinger, which upheld the University of Michigan law school's ability to consider race in the admissions process. In Monday's opinion, the Supreme Court sent the Fisher ...
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School goes to court over closure
School of law associate professor Chris Gallavin then told The Press in May that the interim decision was materially different from the proposal the schools was consulted on. Originally, it had Phillipstown and Woolston schools merging at the existing ...
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Pay attention to school buses, school zones, motorists warned
Ocala police officers want to remind motorists that, although the regular school year is over, summer school is in session and officers will be enforcing the law pertaining to school zones, which means slow down when driving through a school zone and ...
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Stop Discriminating
The Weekly Standard
Bollinger, which sustained the use of race in admissions at the University of Michigan Law School. That decision was handed down 10 years ago, on June 23, 2003, and later that same day the University of Texas, constrained since 1996 by a Fifth Circuit ...
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Law Professor: '9th Circuit Acted With The Upmost Responsibility By Ending A ...
CBS Local
"There's nothing wrong with the 9th Circuit doing exactly what it did," said McGeorge School of Law Professor John Myers. A last-ditch legal challenge to keep same-sex marriage in limbo is unlikely to work according to the law professor. "One could ...
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A glance at some new laws in Mississippi
The maximum state grant would be $10,000 per officer hired, and the local school or district would be required to spend at least that amount. The new law was written in response to the December 2012 fatal shootings at a school in Newtown, Conn. (Senate ...
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YaleNews | Yale Law School faculty provide commentary on historic ...
Yale Law School faculty members have discussed the historic decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court during the final week of June in various media outlets.
Cut Law School Application Costs: Freebies and Waivers ... - FindLaw
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 ...
Rice, South Texas law school to teach weed policy class | Houston ...
Rice, South Texas law school to teach weed policy class.
Vermont Law School gets rid of 21.4% of its full-time tenure track ...
Class size at VLS dropped from 200 to 170 in 2012, and VLS President Marc Mihaly expects it to take another 30-student plunge this year. The school is still ...

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