Jun 4, 2013

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Law Schools With the Highest Median LSAT
U.S. News & World Report
The U.S. News Short List, separate from our overall rankings, is a regular series that magnifies individual data points in hopes of providing students and parents a way to find which undergraduate or graduate programs excel or have room to grow in ...
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New law to limit money migrants can send abroad
Jerusalem Post
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu praised a law that passed at the Knesset on Monday night, saying a ban on illegal foreign workers from taking their money out of Israel "is of great importance" for Israel. "Using the fence and other methods, we ...
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LAW PROFESSOR: Here's What Clarence Thomas Got Wrong About Affirmative ...
San Francisco Chronicle
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and law professor Kevin Brown are both black graduates of Yale Law School during the affirmative action era. Yet while Thomas's experienced at Yale turned him against race-based preferences, Brown's time made ...
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Federal law prevails in employee life insurance dispute
Washington Post (blog)
Beneficiary choices that federal employees make in their government-sponsored life insurance trump state laws that could cause the benefits to be paid out in a different way, the U.S. Supreme Court held Monday. The court ruled unanimously, although ...
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Cambridge law examination goes sexually graphic
Times of India
LONDON: Cambridge University under-graduates appearing for a criminal law examination have expressed shock at the graphic nature of some of the questions they had to choose from. Asked to select two questions designed to test their knowledge on a ...
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'New law needed' after collapse of care home neglect case
BBC News
The collapse of Britain's biggest investigation into elderly care home neglect has prompted calls for a reform of the law. Former care minister, Paul Burstow wants a new offence of corporate neglect to make it easier to hold those running bad care ...
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Law enforcement lauds DNA ruling, but activists cry foul
Boston Herald
A split Supreme Court ruling that says cops can take DNA samples from anyone arrested on a felony charge has prosecutors pushing Bay State lawmakers to adopt the practice here, while civil libertarians cry foul over what they call an endorsement of ...
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Law change kills Germany's longest word
San Jose Mercury News
BERLIN—A tweak to state laws in the German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania to conform with current EU regulations has caused an unexpected casualty: the longest word in the German language.
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Law makers felicitate new speaker, deputy speaker
Associated Press of Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, Jun 3 (APP): Law makers belonging to various political parties Monday congratulated the new Speaker, Deputy speaker of National Assembly and assured their cooperation for smooth conduct of the House. Senior leader of Pakistan Peoples ...
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Russian Law Committee Approves NGO Snap Checks Bill
RIA Novosti
MOSCOW, June 4 (RIA Novosti) – The Russian government's legislative commission has endorsed a bill setting out rules for random checks of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) by the country's Justice Ministry, the government's press service said on ...
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Law will help prosecute those who sexually abuse children
Barre Montpelier Times Argus
BENNINGTON — Under new legislation, which Gov. Peter Shumlin signed into law in Bennington on Monday, the statute of limitations for certain sex crimes committed against children has been extended so the crimes can be reported up to 40 years after ...
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Live: Law Ministry approves ordinance on food security Bill
The Law Ministry has signed an ordinance on the food security bill and has sent a note to the cabinet secretary, notifying it of its decision. This means that there will be no special session of Parliament to debate the bill, a development that is sure ...
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Law raising age to buy cigarettes to 19 takes effect in Brookline
Eighteen-year-olds can no longer legally buy cigarettes in Brookline, as a measure spearheaded by high school students to raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco products kicked in over the weekend. The new law took effect on Saturday, June 1, and ...
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SHAREHOLDER ALERT : Law Office of Brodsky & Smith , LLC Announces ...
BALA CYNWYD, Pa., Jun 03, 2013 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Law office of Brodsky & Smith, LLC announces that it is investigating potential claims against the Board of Directors of Stewart Enterprises, Inc. ("Stewart" or the "Company") (NASDAQ:STEI) relating to ...
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Law 3.0: Mets projected to draft 1B Smith
ESPN (blog)
With the draft set to take place Thursday through Saturday in New Jersey, Keith Law's latest projections continue to have the Mets selecting Gardena, Calif., high school first baseman Dominic Smith with the 11th overall pick. Law also lists University ...
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Bangladesh approves law to protect Hindu religious property
Zee News
Bangladesh approves law to protect Hindu religious property Dhaka: Bangladesh's cabinet has approved a draft law for development of Hindu religious properties and to protect them from encroachment and land grab, a move welcomed by the country's ...
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Would have changed law and order perception in 15 days: Mulayam Singh Yadav
Economic Times
LUCKNOW: SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav today said had he been in place of the Chief Minister, he would have changed perception of law and order in the state within 15 days and advised Akhilesh not to hesitate in sending errant officers to jail.
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Nixon vetoes Mo. international law measure
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed legislation dealing with international law Monday because of concerns that include a possible "chilling effect" for overseas adoptions. The governor said the legislation raised "serious questions" about whether Missouri ...
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Law signed by Obama keeps fishing open at Cumberland River system dams
The Tennessean
Fishermen try their luck below Old Hickory dam on the Cumberland River. A law signed Monday by President Barack Obama struck down Army Corps of Engineers restrictions on fishing near the dams. / Mark Zaleski / File / The Tennessean ...
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Shareholder Rights Law Firm Johnson & Weaver , LLP Announces Investigation ...
SAN DIEGO, Jun 03, 2013 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Shareholder Rights Law Firm Johnson & Weaver, LLP is investigating whether members of the board of directors of Colonial Properties Trust (NYSE:CLP) breached their fiduciary duties in connection with the ...
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California DNA law is broader than program upheld by Supreme Court
Los Angeles Times
SAN FRANCISCO — The U.S. Supreme Court's decision upholding the right of authorities to take DNA from people when they are arrested only partially assures that California's DNA collection program will survive court challenges, experts said Monday.
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Sonya's Law would protect Wisconsin babies
Janesville Gazette
The state Legislature is likely to take up Sonya's Law, legislation that provides a baby with the opportunity for his mother to see him through ultrasound before his mother makes a choice about how to proceed with her pregnancy. Under Sonya's Law, the ...
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Jude Law's Safecracker Dark Comedy Dom Hemingway Rights Picked Up At ...
Cinema Blend
It stars Law as the titular character, a safecracker known for his profane and dangerous ways. He gets out of prison after a 12-year stint and goes off with a partner, played by Richard E. Grant (Withnail & I), to get what's owed to him by his boss ...
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Rule of law will boost Africa-Japan trade
UNITED Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon warned a Tokyo International Conference on Development (Ticad) thematic session on trade, investment enhancement on the continent may fail to meet Ticad objectives unless the tenets of rule of law, human ...
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Law enforcement weighs impact of DNA ruling
Monday, June 3 2013, 08:51 PM CDT. Law enforcement weighs impact of DNA ruling. By Krystle Henderson/KTVL.com. CENTRAL POINT, Ore. - A new Supreme Court ruling could help local law enforcement crack unsolved crimes. On Monday, justices ruled ...
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Law Enforcement Torch Run today in Warren County
Glens Falls Post-Star
Law enforcement officers from around the region will escort the Special Olympics torch through Warren County on Tuesday. Officers from Glens Falls Police, Warren County Sheriff's Office, State Police and a host of other agencies will run with the torch ...
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Law dramatically reduced hospital prices for uninsured, report finds
ScienceBlog.com (blog)
To comply with a statewide "fair pricing" law, hospitals throughout California have significantly lowered prices to uninsured patients, with nearly all even going beyond the state mandate and offering free care to those below the poverty line ...
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Law Clinic Serves as 'Missing Link' for Constitutional Transitions
The National Law Journal
Sujit Choudhry in April returned from a trip to Tunisia with 16 members of the recently established Constitutional Transitions Clinic at New York University School of Law, which he directs. Tunisian protesters triggered the "Arab Spring" of 2011, when ...
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Health insurance law comes into effect
Gulf Times
The much-awaited universal health insurance scheme has become a reality in Qatar with HH the Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani yesterday issuing Law Number 7 of 2013. Applicable to all residents and visitors, the health insurance system ensures ...
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Blogs13 new results for law
Taiwanese Users Thwart Government Plans to Introduce Internet ...
By Maira Sutton and Maira Sutton
Taiwan's intellectual property office proposed a new Internet blacklist law that would have targeted websites for their alleged use in copyright infringement. The initiative would have forced Internet Service Providers to block a list of domains or ...
MLB Draft 2013: Keith Law's latest mock changes Red Sox pick ...
By Marc Normandin
It's back to an oldie for Law, who has swapped up his projected draft board once again.
Over the Monster - All Posts
Here's what Europe's net neutrality law would look like — Tech ...
By David Meyer
The proposed new rules would stop carriers from blocking services that compete with their own, but still allow subtler types of discrimination. It would be an improvement, but also allow the creation of a two-speed internet.
Citing adoptions, Missouri Gov. Nixon vetoes international law ...
Bill took aim at foreign laws that are 'repugnant' or inconsistent with U.S. or state constitutions. Advocates feared it could affect adoptions completed in another country.
KansasCity.com: Front Page
Fox Searchlight Acquires Comedy 'Don Hemingway' with Jude Law ...
By Alex Billington
In acquisition news, Fox Searchlight has acquired the black comedy crime tale titled Don Hemingway, written and directed by Richard Shepard, starring Jude.
Graphic Cambridge Law Exam Question Describes Violent Initiation ...
By The Huffington Post News Editors
Students at the University of Cambridge in England who took a law exam on Saturday were asked to consider a pretty graphic scenario in one of the test's questions. The eyebrow-raising Criminal Law exam question was photographed and ...
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ESPN's Keith Law Predicts Jonathan Gray to Minnesota Twins in ...
By Jesse
In the third in carnation of his mock draft, ESPN's Keith Law predicts that Oklahoma ace Jonathan Gray will fall to the Minnesota Twins with the number four pick. But is that really feasible?
Twinkie Town - All Posts
Lamar: Use of Private Emails By Public Officials is 'Against the Law ...
By Washington Free Beacon Staff
BY: Washington Free Beacon Staff June 4, 2013 9:56 am. Senator LaMar Alexander (R., Tenn.) appeared on "Fox and Friends" Tuesday morning to discuss the Associated Press' report that top administration officials are using secret email ...
Washington Free Beacon
SUPCO: Katie's Law is Constitutional - KRQE-TV.com
By Matt Mauro
The US Supreme Court has ruled that the conditions of Katie's Law are constitutional. The law says people arrested for felonies can have their DNA taken by police before they're convicted.
KRQE News 13 - Top Stories
New Jersey Law In Conflict On Timing Of Special Elections After ...
By Doug Mataconis
Conflicting provisions in New Jersey law could turn scheduling a Special Election to replace Frank Lautenberg into a big legal battle.
Outside the Beltway
Law body condemns abuse of Richardson | Trinidad Express ...
The Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago yesterday condemned the alleged abuse and vilification of Deputy Commissioner of Police Mervyn Richardson and his wife at a supermarket in east Trinidad on Friday May 31 by a group of ...
2013 Draft: Keith Law's Mock Draft v3.0 | River Avenue Blues
By Mike Axisa
In his latest mock draft (subs. req'd), Keith Law has the Astros selecting UNC 3B Colin Moran with the top overall pick. Seems like they're poised to cut a deal and spread the draft pool savings around elsewhere. That leaves Stanford RHP ...
River Avenue Blues
Governor Nixon Vetoes Anti-Sharia Law Bill « CBS St. Louis
By Kevin Killeen
ST. LOUIS--(KMOX)--Governor Nixon vetoes a bill that supporters say was passed to prevent the adoption of Sharia Law in Missouri. "There are certainly problems facing our nation and state today," Nixon said, "But the problems attempted to ...
CBS St. Louis

Web3 new results for law
Health Law Next Steps: Transparency And 'Compliance Programs ...
Doctors and others await the dissemination of better price and quality information and details of "compliance programs" that doctors will be required to roll out.
Morning Docket: 06.03.13 « Above the Law: A Legal Web Site ...
[New York Times] * Dewey think Steven Davis will ever live down claims that he brought about the death of a once legendary law firm? No, but at least his $19.5 ...
Law change kills German's longest word
BERLIN (AP) — A tweak to state laws in the German state of Mecklenburg- Western Pomerania to conform with current EU regulations has caused an ...

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