Jun 8, 2013

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UM law school deal won't seek contract renewal
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BALTIMORE (AP) - The dean of the University of Maryland Carey School of Law says she will not seek to renew her contract. Phoebe A. Haddon made the announcement on Friday to the law school faculty. She says she will step down at the end of the ...
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UM law school deal won't seek contract renewal - 21 News Now, More Local ...
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UM law school deal won't seek contract renewal - 21 News Now, More Local News for Youngstown, Ohio -. Member Center: Create Account|; Log In; Manage Account|; Log Out. SITE SEARCH WEB SEARCH BY Google. Home · Contact Us · EEO Reports ...
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Jason Stuckey graduates from IU Law School
The Cincinnati Herald
Jason Stuckey Jason Stuckey of Cincinnati graduated from Indiana University Maurer School of Law in May in Bloomington, Indiana. He graduated with a Doctorate of Jurisprudence. Stuckey earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Johnson C.
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New Jersey Herald - UM law school deal won't seek contract renewal
New Jersey Herald
New Jersey Herald - UM law school deal won't seek contract renewal. Member Center: Create Account|; Log In; Manage Account|; Log Out. SITE SEARCH WEB SEARCH BY Google. Top News Headlines · Home Connections · Health Connections · Mobile ...
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Attn: Background for Stories on NSA Surveillance of Big Data/Verizon Phone ...
Sacramento Bee
MENLO PARK, Calif., June 7, 2013 -- /PRNewswire/ -- 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 ...
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Obama nominates Quinnipiac law professor to serve as judge on US District ...
New Haven Register
Meyer, 50, has been a professor at Quinnipiac since 2006 and a visiting professor at Yale Law School since 2010. His wife, Linda Meyer, is also a law professor at Quinnipiac. They have two children, ages 14 and 18 and live in the Stony Creek section of ...
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University of Maryland law dean Haddon stepping down
Baltimore Business Journal
Her five-year contract as dean expires at the end of next school year, the university said Friday. Following the sabbatical, she will return to the law school as a faculty member. Haddon asked the university to not renew her contract so that she could ...
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Marking system in Tamil Nadu may work against law aspirants from CBSE
Times of India
CHENNAI: The introduction of law as an elective in senior secondary school may give CBSE students an edge over their state counterparts when it comes to higher education. But, aspiring lawyers fear getting into a law school will remain a dream for many ...
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Putin signs school drug-testing law
Business Standard
Moscow, June 8 (IANS/RIA Novosti) Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law introducing drug testing for school students, the government's legal information website said Friday. A recent survey conducted among people aged from 11 to 24 showed ...
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New bullying law puts focus on cyberbullying, in school and at home
Florida Times-Union
Breeanna DeGrove, 10, (Center) who initiated the Bully Busters Club at San Mateo, is hugged by her club vice president Marita English, 9, at a Bully Busters rally at San Mateo Elementary on Friday, September 23, 2011 in Jacksonville.
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Quinnipiac Professor Nominated To US District Court
Connecticut Law Tribune
Brad Saxton, dean of the School of Law at Quinnipiac University, said Meyer will be missed as a member of the faculty. "He has been a wonderful colleague, and he will be an extraordinarily good judge." He added, " I can't think of a better candidate ...
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Professor: US Supreme Court Would Uphold Government's Data Mining Policy
10TV
Capital University Law School's Dan Kobil said the U.S. Patriot Act gives the federal agencies involved wide latitude. Kobil also said the "conservative" Supreme Court would probably uphold the law, if it was challenged. The government has access to ...
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Lieberman's Job Choice Motivated By Family Ties
Connecticut Law Tribune
After receiving calls of interest from 16 law firms, Lieberman, a Yale Law School graduate and former Connecticut attorney general, opted to join Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman in the firm's office on Broadway, between 50th and 51st streets.
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Obama nominates Quinnipiac law professor for US District Court judge
TheDay.com
The 1989 Yale Law School graduate clerked for U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Harry Blackmun in the early 1990s and served as an assistant U.S. attorney in Connecticut from 1995 to 2004. Meyer didn't immediately return messages Friday. CLICK TO ...
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Law prof from NY nominated to be Conn. fed judge
Wall Street Journal
He's a 1989 Yale Law School graduate who clerked for U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Harry Blackmun in the early 1990s. Meyer says he's "honored and flattered" by Obama's nomination. Connecticut's U.S. Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris ...
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Sneak peek at the new Saint Louis University law building downtown
KSDK
The location will make it easier for the legal community to teach, mentor, and work with law school students. "I think the students are really excited to be down here we've got a lot of students looking forward to this new lifestyle of being downtown ...
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Obama picks law professor for Connecticut federal court seat
The Connecticut Mirror
Washington -- President Obama on Friday nominated Quinnipiac University law professor Jeffrey A. Meyer, who is also a visiting professor at Yale Law School, as a judge of the U.S. District Court in Connecticut. Meyer was senior counsel to the ...
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U.S. Supreme Court Justice Kagan to visit R.I. in August to mark Royal Charter ...
The Providence Journal
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan will be in Rhode Island in August to speak on the 350th anniversary of the state's Royal Charter, Roger Williams University of Law School dean David A. Logan said. Also, retired Supreme Court ...
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Teaching stint, book advance, travel among Supreme Court justices' perks
Thomson Reuters News & Insight
Chief Justice John Roberts received $20,000 and air transportation, meals and lodging in Valletta, Malta, for a six-day course he taught on the history of the Supreme Court for the New England School of Law, also known as New England Law, just after ...
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Complaint: Judge Edith Jones' Speech Showed "Racial Bias"
Texas Lawyer
A collection of civil rights groups, legal ethics experts and law school professors have lodged a formal complaint against 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Edith Jones. They allege she made a series of statements during a speech that ...
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Virginia law helps, hurts Jamestown student facing discipline over kitchen knife
Virginia Gazette
While the exception above seems to cover this exact situation within state law, there is also a provision that allows school boards to create policies and regulations for the "supervision of schools" and the "proper discipline of students." In WJC ...
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Big Brother, Drowning Dangers, and the Future of Online Shopping
Slate Magazine
Gage, a professor at Yale Law School, recounts the controversial uncovering of this "counterintelligence program" in 1971, explaining that the discovery of such abuses of power led to a "new system of oversight." Today, Gage argues, what is troubling ...
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School Safety Plans Still Missing Important Info
Buckeye Country 105.5
All schools required under the safety plan law adopted in 2007 have made a submission. However, 189 schools have not updated their plan within three years as required by the law, and another 58 schools' submissions lack either a floor plan or an ...
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Fox legal analyst explores the murder of federal prosecutor
Bowling Green Daily News
She is currently a legal analyst and reporter on the Fox News Channel and appears in the weekly "Is It Legal?" segment on "The O'Reilly Factor." She is also a law professor at New York Law School. Her column "Lis on Law" appears weekly on FoxNews.com.
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Arlington Schools & Military
Sun Gazette
He will attend law school at the College of William and Mary beginning in the fall. * Brooke Weber, the daughter of John Weber and Stephanie Sampson of Arlington and a graduate of Yorktown High School, earned a bachelor of arts degree, cum laude, ...
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Students Cross Country to Share What's Possible Through Seminary Education
Huffington Post
Often, they go on to law school, business school or get higher-level degrees in education or public health. But here's a quick quiz: What grad schools offer some of the best financial aid packages and have graduates with the lowest debt levels? Where ...
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State declines proposed settlement in Teresa Wagner case
The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines
Fieweger is an attorney for Teresa Wagner, whose lawsuit claiming the law school improperly passed her over for jobs because of her conservative views was tried last fall. The jurors returned a mixed verdict, finding Wagner didn't face discrimination ...
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Three Law Students Gain "On-the-Job Training" This Summer at Henderson ...
PR.com (press release)
Fort Myers, FL, June 08, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A., is pleased to welcome three law students, Asa Brown, Shaun Cummings and Jason Lee. They will supplement their law school experience by working as clerks at the firm ...
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Student sues company over 'racist' crayon
The Hindu
A freshman at the National Law School of India University, Chirayu Jain, has demanded compensation of Rs.1 lakh from the manufacturer for hurting his sentiments. He also sought a payment of Rs.9 lakh to the Consumer Welfare Fund, while demanding that ...
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Anti-bullying seminar held in Auburn Hills
WXYZ
"Working Together to Stop School Violence: A Statewide Summit on Bullying" was hosted by Oakland University and Thomas M. Cooley Law School. The seminar focused on what can be done to stop bullying and harassment in schools. The six-hour event ...
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Bentley: School transfer required
Times Daily
The law provides for state tax credits to cover the costs when parents choose to send their children to a private school or a non-failing public school rather than a public school rated as failing. The tax credits are worth about $3,500 annually ...
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School Safety Task Force makes recommendations
Portsmouth Daily Times
Washington-Nile School District this year signed an agreement with their local township to provide an office in the school for Scioto County Sheriff's Deputies stationed in the township, to give the district a constant presence of law enforcement. No ...
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School safety — New Virginia laws welcomed
Bluefield Daily Telegraph
HB1864, which clarifies a school may deal with school-based offenses through graduated sanctions or educational programming, unless a delinquency charge is filed after a school principal reports certain acts to the local law-enforcement agency ...
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EFA school resource officer focuses on relationships
Shreveport Times
Elmira police Officer David Holmes speaks to students of his Freedom and Law class Wednesday at Elmira Free Academy. He has taught the course since 1988 and has been a school resource officer there since 1997. / JASON WHONG / STAFF PHOTO ...
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From the Career Files: How to Improve Your Résumé This Summer If You're ...
Above the Law
Today, Anna Ivey helps prospective law school applicants improve their résumé for fall applications. Are you staring at your résumé and experiencing a mild sense of panic wondering how you're going to beef it up between now and the time you submit your ...
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Disillusioned achiever
Inquirer.net
There was no reason that I wouldn't. After four challenging years in the state university, everything was going well. I thought that as long as I had the drive and determination, I could do whatever I wanted: Graduate with flying colors from law school ...
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Taste Law School Before You Buy! - Law.com
William & Mary offers a one-semester legal system certificate program — with web and on-campus components — targeting court, legislative, agency and ...
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Robina Foundation Pledges $9 Million to University of Minnesota ...
The Robina Foundation has announced a $9 million pledge to the University of Minnesota Law School, to be divided evenly between the Robina Institute of ...
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Former Congressman Jim Leach will join UI Law School | Iowa City ...
Former Congressman and National Endowment for the Humanities chairman Jim Leach will join the University of Iowa as a law professor starting August 1, UI ...
www.press-citizen.com/.../Former-Congressman-Jim-Leach-wi...
Dean Michael A. Simons Announces Law School Deanship ...
Dean Michael A. Simons is pleased to announce four Law School administrative appointments, all effective June 1, 2013. Larry Cunningham, will become ...
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