Jun 7, 2013

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U-T San Diego
Facing a grim job market for graduates and the prospect of a decades-long decline in applications, some law schools are steering students toward legal areas where careers are more promising. Whether the strategy is merited and effective remains to be ...
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'Anti-Semitic Elmo' Thinks Law School Tickles!
Above the Law
The firms Kinney work closely with in Asia (which is just about every law firm – call us if you want to know the one firm in the world we will never place anyone with again, ever, and why) look forward to the visits, or at least act like they do. After ...
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Law school offers a three-day taste of campus life for about $1000
ABA Journal
William & Mary's law school has launched a new program aimed at helping nonlawyers understand the law—and offering a taste of law school to those who are considering entering the profession. The course, "Introduction to the U.S. Legal System," has two ...
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Recent law school graduate sentenced to 120 days for wrong-way traffic death ...
The Republic
The Lawrence Journal-World reports (http://bit.ly/16PmTMH ) that police say Domsch had a blood-alcohol content of .242 nearly four hours after the crash. Domsch, a recent graduate of the University of Kansas law school, will be required to attend an ...
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Bar Results Release Schedule Hurting Law School Employment Rates
Employment rates for students that recently graduated from law school certainly aren't good at the moment, but the American Bar Association is currently reviewing a change that may boost these rates for law schools in certain states, according to The ...
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Federal Panel Asks About Law School Job Data
Inside Higher Ed
WASHINGTON -- The National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity, a federal panel that meets twice a year to evaluate accreditors and recommend them for Education Department recognition, asked the American Bar Association on ...
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No Child Left Behind School Law Opens Partisan Divide
No Child Left Behind, the 11-year-old law governing U.S. schools, was once hailed as a bipartisan triumph uniting Republican President George W. Bush and Democratic Senator Edward Kennedy on improving education. Now, once again, bitter party ...
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Legal education tops the docket for NY state bar chief
The Business Review (Albany) (blog)
It's no news that law schools confront nasty economics today. The once-gilded job market for graduates is anything but. The cost is escalating (it can cost $60,000 a year to attend a "third-tier" law school, including rent, gas for the car, food, etc ...
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Law school enrollment cut, faces 'existential threat'
Philadelphia Business Journal
Law school enrollment was bound to decline in 2012 and 2013 to correspond with a drop in applications. But Rutgers School of Law-Camden saw a massive drop off in 2012 and one of its deans says the school is working hard to recover from "an existential ...
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Judges: Law Clinic's Work Worth More Than Peanuts
Texas Lawyer
The department objected to the clinic's fee request, arguing that the educational goal of law school clinics inherently leads to overstaffing and overbilling on legal matters. It requested a 75 percent discount—which would have reduced the students ...
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Stanford Law's Three Strikes Project works for fair implementation of new statute
Stanford Report
... Project works for fair implementation of new statute. Stanford Law School's Three Strikes Project, the only such program in the country, helped change the California statute on repeat offenders and is now working to ensure the policy is implemented ...
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Task force seeks to reform legal training
Evening News and Tribune
Created in the wake of a scandal involving law schools falsifying admissions data to boost their rankings, its charge is to figure out how to fix what one task force member calls a "broken" system. "The thumbnail list of woes is easy: Rising tuition ...
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Putin Signs School Drug-Testing Law
RIA Novosti
MOSCOW, June 7 (RAPSI) – Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law introducing drug testing for school students, the government's legal information website said Friday. The testing will be held in two stages. During the first, socio ...
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The judge resides at uni
The Age
The program enables students at the law school to have contact with recently retired judges including Chief Justice Michael Black and Margaret Stone, also formerly of the Federal Court, who share their professional experience with them. Advertisement ...
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Tejada Leads Caps To 5-3 Win Over Nuts
For the eighth consecutive time this season, and the 11th dating back to last year, the TinCaps were victorious over the Lansing Lugnuts, winning 5-3 Wednesday night at Cooley Law School Stadium. Four different members of the Fort Wayne lineup knocked ...
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Law enforcement practices school emergency in Thibodaux
WDSU New Orleans
... Google+, Gmail, Orkut, Picasa, or Chrome) to add wdsutv's video to your playlist. Sign in. No statistics available yet. Report. Published on Jun 6, 2013. To get better prepared, law enforcement held a practice exercise Wednesday at a school in ...
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SCBOE approves funding plan for law enforcement officers in schools
Shelby County Reporter
COLUMBIANA – The Shelby County Board of Education approved its portion of a joint funding plan that could fund law enforcement officials in county schools during its June 6 meeting in Columbiana. The funding plan, which was introduced during a May 28 ...
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KU law graduate guilty of involuntary manslaughter in Missouri, sentenced to ...
Lawrence Journal World
A 26-year-old recent graduate of Kansas University's law school has been sentenced to 120 days in prison after being found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in connection with a fatal crash last year near downtown Kansas City, Mo. Robert J.K. Domsch ...
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New law gives high-achieving Indiana schools to be more flexible
The Statehouse File
Senate Bill 189 will allow high performing schools (schools that receive an A on the state's accountability plan) to surpass some of the criteria set for all schools. Schools that meet the criteria can choose, develop and implement their own curricula ...
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Legal action threat in school row - Khalsa campaigners consider judicial review
Slough and Windsor Observer
CAMPAIGNERS are threatening to take legal action against the government in the fight to stop controversial plans to open a free school. The impassioned group led by Stoke Poges Parish Council vice-chairwoman Saera Carter is looking into pushing for a ...
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Register now: School choice forum in Milwaukee on Wednesday
Panelists at the breakfast discussion, organized by The University Club of Milwaukee and WisPolitics.com, include Jim Bender, president of School Choice Wisconsin; Alan Borsuk, senior fellow in law and public policy at Marquette University Law School; ...
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Law enforcement hold another training exercise to prepare for sc - WSFA.com ...
Because the world is an entirely different place today, first responders are conducting more and more exercises like the one today at Reeltown High School. This is Tallapoosa County's 4th time to be the 'host' of a training event involving multiple ...
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Moreau joins Coon Rapids law firm
Coon Rapids Herald
Moreau received her law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2007, magna cum laude. She was admitted to the Minnesota State Bar in 2007 and was admitted to the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota bar. She is a member of ...
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Lindsey Graham hates the Bill of Rights
The Global Dispatch
Graham, a University of South Carolina Law School graduate and judge advocate in the USAF, showed his outright resentment against the First and Fourth Amendments in one fell swoop this week. (Why is it that so many law school grads have such a lack of ...
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Permit Patents Only for Modified DNA
New York Times
Jonathan Masur is deputy dean and professor of law at the University of Chicago Law School. He has published widely on intellectual property and patents. June 6, 2013. When it comes to patents, too much of a good thing can be disastrous. Patents ...
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Drake team with Knoxville ties represents nation
Journal Express
Drake Law School students Katheryn Pearson Thorson and Nathan J. Borland won the national competition in Texas before moving on to the worldwide competition in Scotland. Katheryn is a Norwalk graduate, but makes frequent trips to Knoxville to visit her ...
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REMINDER/ Big Names Debate Big Data
Wall Street Journal (press release)
With issues of privacy and data security in the headlines, Concord Law School, the nation's foremost online law school, presents, "Join the Debate: What's the Right Balance of Public and Private in a World of Big Data and Internet Superpowers?" The ...
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Now's A Good Time To Read NSA Lawyer's Speech About 'False Myths'
In February, National Security Agency general counsel Rajesh De spoke at Georgetown Law School made a rare public speech on three "pervasive false myths" about how the NSA operates. He was giving the keynote at a conference about "Swimming in the ...
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Forum examines practical implications of environmental justice
University at Buffalo Reporter
The practical implications of environmental justice—fighting for the rights of poor and minority persons in neighborhoods unfairly burdened by toxic wastes—got a thorough airing at a recent forum co-sponsored by the UB Law School. The "Environmental ...
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Deerfield recruiter for legal industry is "connector"
Deerfield Review
Heeral Patel is a graduate from Boston College Law School who passed the Illinois bar exam in 2012. She said when she began looking for a job, it was difficult because she wasn't from here, and she had no connections. Patel found Legal Launch online.
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High school students show understanding of laws for wars
UQ News
"The Red Cross is responsible for increasing awareness within the community about international humanitarian law and by engaging with high school students we are harnessing a unique opportunity to ensure that the next generation understands that even ...
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Plans to replace 'No Child' law bring dueling visions of federal role in education
Washington Post
This is the latest attempt by members of Congress to rewrite No Child Left Behind, the main education law that sets conditions and requirements for every public school receiving federal funds to educate poor students and those with special needs. No ...
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Obiajulu Wins Read $10000 Scholarship for Law Studies
"This is the first time since Bob died that we have such a brilliant candidate interested in legal studies and eligible for this coveted scholarship for law school," according to Liz Ensslin, the foundation's scholarship selection committee chairman ...
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Former Senator Lieberman Joins Kasowitz Benson
New York Times
Mr. Lieberman, who was born in Stamford, is a graduate of Yale University and Yale Law School. In a statement, Mr. Lieberman said he was "excited to return to my roots as a lawyer and counselor with the opportunity to use the independent investigative ...
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Fred Larson To Run For Chautauqua County Legislature
Jamestown Post Journal
As a county legislator I will fight for new and better ways to improve our economy," Larson said. The candidate is a graduate of Jamestown High School, Princeton University and the Yale Law School. Larson has been in the private practice of law for 36 ...
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Oregon Tax Court Throws Out Jack Bogdanski's Arts-Tax Lawsuit
Willamette Week
Oregon Tax Court has dismissed a suit filed by Bogdanski, a Lewis & Clark Law School professor and retired blogger, alleging that the city's $35-a-person tax violates the state constitution. But the court hasn't upheld the tax's constitutionality ...
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From Biglaw to Boutique: Dress Code
Above the Law
A law school friend told me about a deposition he defended in Waco, Texas, where the temperature reached 105 degrees. At the time, my friend Geoff was an associate at a stuffy BigLaw firm, and there was never any doubt that he was required to wear a suit.
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Blogs3 new results for Law School
When Negotiation is Your BATNA: The US Engages on Syria
By Keith Lutz
Discover step-by-step techniques for avoiding common business negotiation pitfalls when you download a FREE copy of our Business Negotiation Skills: 5 Common Business Negotiation Mistakes special report from Harvard Law School.
Program on Negotiation at Harvard...
Professor at The John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Legal ...
By The John Marshall Law School
As the housing market rebounds, Professor Allison Bethel, director of The John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Legal Clinic in Chicago, reminds architects and builders to be aware of mandated accommodations for persons with disabilities ...
News and Publications
Law Librarian Blog: The Legal Academy as the Hopeful Monster of ...
By Law Librarian
Certainly we see this in the history of legal education -- from the once considered "best" law school in the country, Litchfield Law School, because it replaced the apprentice model with a systematic approach to teaching skills to the "Harvard ...
Law Librarian Blog

Web5 new results for Law School
Law School Applicants Are Down, Again, And We're Shocked ...
Not surprisingly, law school applications are down, again.
Robina Foundation pledges $9 million to University of Minnesota ...
Contacts: Cynthia Huff, Law School, huffx070@umn.edu, (612) 625-6691 ... The gift will be divided evenly to support two Law School programs: the Robina ...
Law school applications continue slide nationally - Greensboro ...
The number of law school applicants and applications has continued its downward ...
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Law school applications continue to slide…. - PJ Media
HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Law school applications continue to slide. "Last fall, George Washington University ...

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