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Lawyers for suspect accused of killing law school grad say bond for suspect is ...
Washington Post
MACON, Ga. — Attorneys for a man accused of killing Mercer University law school graduate Lauren Giddings say bond in the case is too high. They say they want to show their client could live in suburban Atlanta with no danger to the community.
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Fired Profs Sue Phoenix School of Law
Courthouse News Service
PHOENIX (CN) - Phoenix School of Law fired two tenured professors who objected to its attempt to reduce students' ability to transfer, which a dean called "building a better mousetrap," the professors claim in court. Michael O'Connor and Celia Rumann ...
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Bad News For New Law School Grads, Though Mich. Ranks Ahead of Miss.
Deadline Detroit
There's no ideal time to tell law students it'll be hard to find work, though a few weeks after graduation seems particularly brutal. Still, that doesn't keep Jordan Weissmann from reporting "which corners of the country have the biggest oversupply of ...
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Nascent plan: Separate Widener University School of Law campuses would ...
Penn Live
Penn State Dickinson School of Law, Carlisle campus Penn State Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle next year will operate independently of the law school at University Park. The Carlisle campus recently underwent renovations to Trickett Hall and ...
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Disruptive changes affecting law profession in Delaware
The News Journal
The Atlantic Magazine reports that a newly released survey reports Delaware is the third-worst state for job-hunting law school graduates. According to the research of the blog Law School Tuition Bubble, Delaware will have a radio of 4.20 graduates for ...
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Lots of nerve: Houston professional tries to crowdfund away her $100000 law ...
CultureMap Houston
Longtime CultureMap readers likely remember Fayza Elmostehi, our sharp-tongued, quick-witted former advice columnist. (She's now the distinctive voice behind the Houston Museum of Natural Science's social media outlets.) Fayza received a law degree in ...
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Pitt law student wins award for helping low-income clients
Washington Observer Reporter
Padma Kolluru, a recent Pitt Law School graduate, receives an award Wednesday from Rob Brenner, director at Southwestern Pennsylvania Legal Services, for her work over the past year to help clients in family law cases. For the past 25 years, Brenner ...
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Father of bullied son who inspired Matt's Law to give speech at Cooley symposium
Oakland Press
Kevin Epling, Matt's father, for whom the December 2001 "Matt's Safe School Law" was signed into law, will be among those who speak at the summit titled, "Working Together to Stop School Violence," from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, June 7 at Cooley's ...
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Park Ridge Resident Honored for Work With Veterans
Clauss, of Park Ridge, has served as director of The John Marshall Law School Veterans Legal Support Center since 2007, a press release from the law school starts. The pro bono legal clinic provides assistance in VA benefit appeals and other matters ...
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Ex-Profs: Phoenix Values Profits Over Students, Faculty
Two former tenured professors have sued the Phoenix School of Law and the company that owns it, claiming that they were improperly fired after raising concerns about what they called a drive for profits at the expense of students and faculty. Michael ...
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Law School Apps On 3-Year Plunge As Class Sizes Shrink
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (June 03, 2013, 6:57 PM ET) -- The number of people seeking entry to law school continued to plunge this application season, according to recently released numbers, as many law school deans have slashed incoming class sizes in ...
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Kaplan Bar Review Announces Grants to Support Academic Research into the ...
Fort Mills Times
Against the backdrop of a tough job market for recent law school graduates and decline in law school applications, many academics, professionals, and students are questioning the effectiveness of how future lawyers are currently educated*. To help find ...
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Shumlin to sign law on concussions in school sports
Rutland Herald
The House and Senate committees were able to come to an agreement before the end of the legislative session in mid-May, thanks in large part to a compromise that created the Concussion Task Force "to study concussions resulting from school activities ...
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UK delegation visits adopted govt school
The News International
The delegation, comprising two teachers — Samantha Elaine Webb (Matley Primary School, UK) and Chloe Jonelle Franklin (William Law School, UK) — visited the school and observed the teaching methodologies applied by the government school staff and ...
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Cherokee law dean establishes endowment fund
Cherokee Phoenix
Cherokee Nation citizen Stacy Leeds, dean and professor at the University of Arkansas School of Law, has pledged $50,000 to establish an endowed fund to support students committed to public interest work and rural community sustainability. The Public ...
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Georgia Supremes hear challenge to school board suspension law
Atlanta Business Chronicle
But Senior Assistant Attorney General Stefan Ritter said the law does not require proof of individual wrongdoing to suspend a school board member. He said the standard of proof is whether the board's actions have led to a potential loss of ...
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John Jay College hosts Law students from the Dominican Republic for intensive ...
Dominican Today
NY – John Jay College of Criminal Justice welcomes 11 law school students from the Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo (UASD), Dominican Republic, who will be in New York City for an intensive two-week course on the U.S. criminal justice system.
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Probing Question: Is a law degree versatile?
Penn State News
"Absolutely," says Steven D. Hinckley, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Library and Information Services at the Penn State Dickinson School of Law. "It is a common misconception that a law school education leaves graduates prepared only to ...
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The Other Road: Diala Debbas, From English to Law
New University Online
Diala Debbas: "Basically, when I decided that I wanted to do law school, I talked to a counselor. She told me that English is very important because you have to write a lot, you have to speak fluently and you have to argue. So when I talked to her she ...
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Legislature closes gun-law loophole
Ct Post
HARTFORD -- The state House and Senate grappled with unintended consequences of the landmark response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on Monday, repairing a mistake in the law that since April legalized a formerly banned style of rifle.
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Lawyers could be harder to find
Albuquerque Business First (blog)
According to the Post, there may be fewer applicants because the recession left many law school graduates without jobs as law firms cut back on hiring. At the same time, law school enrollment was climbing and hit a 10-year high of 52,500 in 2010, the ...
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Nalsar relaxes attendance by 20%, projects by 80% & intros restorative justice ...
Legally India
Nalsar Hyderabad relaxed its attendance requirement from 95 per cent to 75 per cent semester and reduced the number of academic research papers to be written by students per semester from five to one, according to The Hindu. The law school has also ...
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Smith Haughey adds summer associate
Selena Stanski is a current student at Wayne State University Law School and will be working with attorneys in Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge's Traverse City office, including attending and observing hearings, depositions, mediations, client meetings and ...
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Petition fails to repeal Wyo. school superintendent law
Cody Enterprise
CHEYENNE (AP) – The drive to repeal a new law reducing the powers and duties of Wyoming's superintendent of public instruction fell well short of collecting the number of signatures required to put it on the statewide ballot, the secretary of state's ...
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Bangor city council opposes charter schools
BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER)-- The charter school debate is a hot one in Maine. The Bangor city council voted unanimously to oppose the charter school system under the current state law. City Councilor Joe Baldacci said, "The local community has no ...
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Rochester attorney heads NY bar association
San Francisco Chronicle
David Schraver, a partner in the Nixon Peabody law firm, says his one-year term that began this month will focus on the profession's education and future when many law school graduates are carrying six-figure debts and uncertain job prospects. He ...
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Trademark Registration for Companies That WON'T Be Doing Business In China ...
China Law Blog (blog)
Surprisingly, the article was written by a just graduated law student. I contacted that recent law school grad to request that he do a shortened version for our blog and he graciously agreed. The law grad is Bradley Sova and his vitals are as follows ...
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Markell signs school 'choice' bill into law at elementary school
Monday, June 3, 2013 - 1:58pm. Markell signs school 'choice' bill into law at elementary school. By Mellany Armstrong. Updated Monday, June 3, 2013 - 2:43pm. Video player now loading; please wait... Students at an elementary school in Newark get a ...
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Lawyers want lower bond in slaying of law grad - WSAV: News, Weather, and ...
Tuesday, June 4, 2013 6:49 AM EST. MACON, Ga. (AP) - Attorneys for a man accused of killing Mercer University law school graduate Lauren Giddings say bond in the case is too high. They say they want to show their client could live in suburban Atlanta ...
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The Fourth Amendment's Strange Bedfellows
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Over at Volokh Conspiracy, Orin Kerr of George Washington University Law School, spots a revealing pattern of outcomes this term, noting that "Justice Scalia has been on the defense side of every non-unanimous Fourth Amendment case," while Justice ...
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Sweeping education reforms become law
Terry Branstad called the education reform bill he signed into law Monday "a turning point in Iowa history," but it lacks many of the provisions included in the administration's initial pitch for improved schools. Although the centerpiece of Branstad's ...
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Legal experts expect Cincinnati Archdiocese to appeal jury finding for fired ...
Washington Post
Jessie Hill, a professor of civil rights and constitutional law at Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland, believes the "ministerial exception" issue could be raised on appeal. The archdiocese argued before trial that Dias, who was ...
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ContractsProf Blog
Special Edition – From the Street to the Courtroom: The First Ali ...
By rscott
I was at Lewis & Clark Law School, at the graduation ceremony of Ksen Pallegedara, one of the first young people ever to stay at the Ali Forney Center. As I saw Ksen walk by in his cap and gown with the other law school graduates, I reflected ...
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Robina Foundation Pledges $9 Million to Law School - U of MN Law ...
MAY 30, 2013—With receipt of almost $9 million from the Robina Foundation, the University of Minnesota Law School has received one of the largest gifts in its ...
The Careerist: Law School Applications Are Up ... and Down
Latest news about the law school market. Plus, a report on the report about law faculty diversity.
Director of the Law School Survey of Student Engagement (LSSSE ...
Director of the Law School Survey of Student Engagement (LSSSE). Indiana University - Bloomington. Indiana. Posted: 06/03/2013.

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