Jun 1, 2013

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Study Says Supreme Court Rulings Favor Businesses
Legal Examiner
Now, a new study published in the Minnesota Law Review seems to have confirmed that opinion, stating that the current court has been more favorable to businesses than any other court since at least World War II. Early Indications Supreme Court Supports ...
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Judicial graft dents faith in rule of law
Jakarta Post
The study, conducted by the Indonesian Legal Roundtable (ILR), found that on a scale of one to 10 the country only scored 4.5 when it came to law enforcement. The biggest problem the country faces is judicial corruption. The study found the judiciary ...
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BCom (H) still most popular in new avatar
Times of India
And those who wish to teach, study MCom. "As a CA you can work independently or join a company. As an MBA, you are part of the corporate world. Those who are very ambitious also study law. Law goes very well with commerce and commerce graduates ...
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City's law school , favourite among CLAT toppers
Deccan Herald
Dhruv's father is a businessman and mother, a homemaker. "There are no lawyers in the family. After class 10, I was inspired to study law. I stuck with it, thereafter," Dhruv said. The second rank holder, Ipshita Bhuwania, who scored 159.25, hails from ...
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ObamaCare will increase self-employment, study predicts
The Hill (blog)
President Obama's signature healthcare law will increase the number of self-employed Americans by making it easier for them to obtain health coverage, according to new research. The Urban Institute predicted that the number of self-employed U.S ...
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Gun Researcher Turns to Crowd-Funding
Scientific American
Economist Bisakha Sen wants to study how US states' gun laws and gun cultures correlate with certain crimes and with firearms deaths in each state — and whether differing laws and cultures in neighboring states "spill over" to influence a state's ...
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General James Shields: Immigrant, Soldier, Senator from Three States
Patheos (blog)
He emigrated to the United States in 1826 where he at one proceeded to study law and began practicing at Kaskaskia, Ill., in 1832. He was elected to the state Legislature in 1836; became state auditor in 1839 and judge of the state supreme court in 1843.
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Penn Law gets $15M to study criminal justice - The Business Journals
The University of Pennsylvania Law School has received a $15 million gift to establish...
Media Release: VGT study finds that increased law enforcement ...
Media Release: VGT study finds that increased law enforcement cooperation is key to fighting online child abuse. Release Date: Thursday, May 30 2013, 03:07 ...

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